Curriculum Vitae

Gerhard W. Cibis, M.D.

BORN:  November 5, 1942

EDUCATION:
B.A. Washington University, St. Louis, Mo., 1963.
University of Missouri School of Medicine, 1963-64.
M.D., Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, Mo. 1968.
INTERNSHIP:  Baylor University School of Medicine, Houston Texas, 1968-9.
FELLOWSHIP:  University of Iowa, Ophthalmology, 1969-1970
(Electrophysiology)
RESIDENCY:  University of Iowa, 1972-1975.
RESEARCH:  University of  Tuebingen in Germany, Research and Microsurgery           six (6) months of the 1972-1975 residency period.
FELLOWSHIP:  University of Miami Bascom Palmer Eye Institute, Pediatric     Ophthalmology 1976-1977.

MILITARY:  United States Navy Eye Clinic, Little Creek, VA 1970-1972.

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS:
Chief of Ophthalmology, Children’s Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri,
1984-2002.
Clinical Professor Department of Ophthalmology, University of Kansas, Kansas City, Kansas, 1990-current
Director Pediatric Ophthalmology Service, University of Kansas, Kansas City, Kansas, 1995-2014.
Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Missouri at Kansas City,
Children’s Mercy Hospital, 1996-2004.
External Professor, Eurotechnical Research University, 1992-1995.

ORGANIZATION MEMBERSHIPS
American Academy of Ophthalmology 1977-current.
Missouri Ophthalmological Society 1977-1998.
American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus 1977-current
International Strabismus Society 1977-current.
International Society of Clinical and Experimental Electro-ophthalmology
1969-1995.
Association for Research in Ophthalmology 1987-1995.
German Ophthalmological Society 1983-1995.
International Society of Ophthalmological Genetics 1985-current.
American Ophthalmological Society 1993-current.
Castle Connolly Top Doctor 2006
PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES
President Medical-Dental Staff Children’s Mercy Hospital 1987-89
Chairperson Section II BCSC Am Acad Ophth 1989-1994, & 2000-2004
Scientific Advisory Committee, Lowe Syndrome Assoc 1990-1999
Delegate, American National Standards Institute Z80 Committee 2000-2012.

AWARDS
Honor Award Am Acad Ophth 1985
Senior Honor Award AAO 1996
Who’s Who in America 1997-current
Best Doctors in America Midwest Ed 1995
Best Doctors in America Central Region 1996-1997
Annual Teaching Award for Excellence in Resident Education, Residents and Faculty, University of Kansas Department of Ophthalmology, 1996-1997
Honor Award Am Assoc Ped Ophth & Strab 1999
America’s Top Doctors, Castle Connolly Medical Ltd., 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005
Life Member, Kingston National Registry of Who’s Who in Medicine
Best Doctors in Kansas City, Kansas City, Magazine, May 2002 & June 2004
America’s Top Ophthalmologists, SLD Industries, Inc., 2008

COMMUNITY SERVICE
Board Member, The Children’s Center for the Visually Impaired, 1982-1986
Board Member, Children’s Mercy Hospital, 1994-2000
Board Member, Truman Medical Center, 1997-2000

CERTIFICATIONS:
Diplomat American Board of Ophthalmology 1977
Scientific Publications
Gerhard W. Cibis, M.D.
1.  Cibis GW, Burian HM:  ERG Dark adaptation in the unanesthetized rabbit.  Am J Ophth; 71:1113-1115, 1971.

2.  Cibis GW, Burian HM,  Blodi CF:  ERG Changes in acute quinine poisoning.  Arch Ophthalmol; 90:307, 1973.

3.  Cibis GW, Kolder H:  Fluoresceinangiographie bei experimenteller Chininvergiftung.  Klinische Monatsblater fur Augenheikunde; 164:789-794, 1974.

4.  Cibis GW:  Current concepts of quinine amblyopia.  Current Concepts in Ophthalmology, FC Blodi (ed), CV Mosby Company, 1974.

5.  Cibis GW:  Neonatal herpes simplex retinitis.  Albrecht von Graefe Arch. Klin. Ophthalmol; 196:39-47, 1975.

6.  Cibis GW, Watske RC, Chua J:  Retinal hemorrhages in posterior vitreous detachment. Am J Ophth; 80:1043-1046, 1975.

7.  Cibis GW, Campos FC, Aulhorn F:  Pupillary hemiakinesia in suprageniculate lesions. Arch Ophthalmol; 93:1322-1327, 1975.

8.  Cibis GW, Krachmer JH, Phelps CD, Weingeist TA:  Iridocorneal adhesions in posterior polymorphous dystrophy.  Trans Am Acad of Ophth; 81:770-777, 1976.

9.  Cibis GW:  Translation of Pau’s Differential Diagnosis of Eye Disorders.  From the original German into English.  WB Saunders Company 1978.

10.  Cibis GW, Krachmer JH, Phelps CD, Weingeist TA:  The clinical spectrum of posterior polymorphous dystrophy.  Arch Ophthalmol; 95:1529-1537, 1977.

11.  Cibis GW, Flynn J:  Herpes simplex retinitis.  Arch Ophthalmol; 96:299-302, 1978.

12.  Cibis GW, Krachmer JH, Weingeist TA:  Traumatic corneal endothelial rings.  Arch Ophthalmol; 96:485-488, 1978.

13.  Cibis GW, Campos ED, Aulhorn F:  Pupilomotor latent period.  Vision Research; 17:737-738, 1977.

14.  Cibis GW: Translation of Hollwich’s Ophthalmology into English from German.  Yearbook Medical Publisher, 1979.

15.  Cibis GW, Fratkin J:  Hemorrhage into retinoschisis diagnosed as malignant melanoma.  Am J Ophthalmology; 87:96-97, 1979.

16.  Cibis GW, Jazbi B:  Lacrimal duct probings in infants.  Am Acad Ophthalmol; 1488-1491, August 1979.

17.  Jazbi G, Cibis GW:  Ophthalmology and Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology.  Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology, pp. 98-101. B. Jazbi (ed), Excerpta Medica, Oxford 1979.

18.  Cibis GW.: Bilateral congenital paretic lower lid ectropion.  Ann Ophthalmol; 12: 1980.

19.  Taylor J, Cibis GW, Hamtil L:  Endophthalmitis complicating hemophilus influenza type B meningitis.  Arch Ophthalmol; 98:324-326, 1980.

20.  Cibis GW, Morey M, Harris DJ:  Dominantly inherited macular dystrophy with flecks (Stargardt).  Arch Ophthalmol; 98:1785-1789, 1980.

21.  Rodrigues MM, Phelps CD, Krachmer JH, Weingeist TA, Cibis GW: Glaucoma due to endothelialization of the anterior angle.  A comparison of posterior polymorphous dystrophy of the cornea and Chandler’s syndrome.  Arch Ophthalmol; 98:688, 1980.

22.  Tripathi RC, Cibis GW, Tripathi BJ:  Lowes Syndrome.  Trans. Ophthal Soc. UK; 100:132-139, 1980.

23.  Cibis-Tongue A., Cibis GW:  Brückner Test.  Ophthalmology; 88:1041-1044, 1981.

24.  Cibis, GW:  Perspectives in Ophthalmology.  vol 5 no. 1. GW Cibis (ed) Spring 1981.

25.  Crandall MA, Cibis GW, Ellerhorst B:  CAM (stripe) therapy for amblyopia.  Perspectives in Ophthalmology; 5:51-56, 1981.

26.  Cibis GW, Harris D:  Photo quiz of genetic diseases.  Perspectives in Ophthalmology; 5:77-87, 1981.

27.  Cibis GW:  Measurements in strabismus surgery.  Perspectives in Ophthalmology; 5:5-6, 1981.

28.  Cibis GW, Tripathi RC, Harris DJ:  Mucolipidosis I.  Birth Defects:  Original Article Series, March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation.  18:359-380, 1982.

29.  Cibis GW, Tripathi RC:  The differential diagnosis of Descemet’s tears (Haab’s Striae) and posterior polymorphous dystrophy bands.  Ophthalmology; 89:613-620, 1982.

30.  Cibis GW, Tripathi RC, Harris DJ: Corneal keloid in Lowe’s Syndrome.  Arch Ophthalmol; 100:1795-1799, 1982.

31.  Tripathi RC, Cibis GW, Harris DJ, Tripathi BJ:  Lowe’s Syndrome.  Birth Defects.  Original Article Series, March of Dimes Birth Defects Foundation.  18:629-643, 1982.

32.  Leibsohn J, Cibis GW, Lawwill T:  Congenital ptosis.  Perspectives in Ophthalmology; 5:221-230, 1981.

33.  Cibis GW:  Strabismus.  Lang J., Slack Pub., translation from German into English, 1983.

34.  Cibis GW, Harris DJ, Chapman AL, Tripathi RC:  Mucolipidosis I. Arch Ophthalmol; 101:933-939, 1983.

35.  Cibis GW, Kies R, Lawwill T, Varhese G:  Electromyography in congenital familial ophthalmoplegia.  Strabismus II, Reinecke RD (ed), Gruene and Stratton Pub. pp. 379-389, 1984.

36.  Cibis GW, Crandall-Moore V:  Single horizontal muscle surgery, Transactions Fifth International Orthoptic Congress, Ravault P, Lenk M (eds), LIPS Publisher, pp. 507-514, 1984.

37.  Cibis GW, Tripathi RC, Tripathi BJ:  Glaucoma in Sturge-Weber Syndrome. Ophthalmol; 91:1061-1069, 1984.

38.  Cibis, GW:  Electromyography of congenital esotropia under general anesthesia.  Am Orthoptic J; 34:110-113, 1984.

39.  Maino JH, Cibis GW, Cress P, Spellman CR, Shores RE :  Noncycloplegic versus cycloplegic retinoscopy in pre-school children. Ann Ophthalmol; 16:880-882, 1984.

40.  Rothberg DS, Cibis GW, Trese M:  Paravenous pigmentary retinochoroidal atrophy. Ann Ophthalmol; 16:643-646, 1984.

41.  Cibis GW:  Herpes simplex retinitis: in herpes simplex infections of the eye:  Blodi, FC (ed), Churchill Livingstone Pub., Chapter 4, pp. 57-75, 1984.

42.  Cibis GW:  Congenital familial external ophthalmoplegia with co-contraction.  Ophthalmic Pediatrics and Genetics; 4:163-168, 1984.

43.  Cibis GW, Waeltermann JM:  Botulinum isn’t just a poison anymore.  Missouri Medicine; March:145-147, 1985.

44.  Cibis GW, Whittaker CK, Woo WE:  Intraocular extension of optic nerve meningioma in a case of neurofibromatosis.  Arch Ophthal; 103:404-406, 1985.

45.  Cibis GW, Maino JH, Crandall MA, Cress MS, Spellman CR, Shores RE:  The Parsons visual acuity test for screening children 18 to 48 months old.  Ann Ophthalmol; 17:471-478, 1985.

46.  Waeltermann JM, Hettinger ME, Cibis GW:  Congenital cysts of the iris stroma.  Am J Ophthalmol; 100:549-554, 1985.

47.  Cibis GW, Waeltermann JM, Harris DJ:  Peters’ anomaly in association with Ring 21 chromosomal abnormality.  Am J Ophthalmol; 100:733-734, 1985.

48.  Cibis GW, Waeltermann JM:  Intramuscular inclusion cyst post strabismus surgery.  Am J Ophthalmol; 100:700, 1985.

49.  Cibis GW, Spurney RO, Waeltermann JM:  Radiographic visualization of congenital lacrimal sac mucoceles.  Ann Ophthalmol; 18:68-69, 1986.

50.  Ellerhorst B, Cibis GW:  Roman ophthalmology: A glimpse of our distant past.  Surv Ophthalmol; 30:263-266, 1986.

51.  Waeltermann JM, Cibis GW, Spellman CR, Stewart W:  Racial differences in cup-to disc ratios of a normal pediatric population.  Glaucoma; 8:48-51, 1986.

52.  Cibis GW, Waeltermann JM:  Rapid strabismus screening for the pediatrician.  Clinical Pediatrics; 25:304-307, 1986.

53.  Cibis GW, Waeltermann JM, Hurst E, Tripathi RC, Richardson W:  Congenital pupillary-iris-lens membrane with goniodysgenesis (a new entity).  Ophthalmol; 93:847-852, 1986.

54.  Cibis GW, Waeltermann JM, Whitcraft CT, Tripathi RC, Harris DJ:  Lenticular opacities in carriers of Lowe’s syndrome.  Ophthalmol; 93:1041-1045, 1986.

55.  Tripathi RC, Cibis GW, Tripathi BJ:  Pathogenesis of cataracts in patients with Lowe’s syndrome.  Ophthalmol; 93:1046-1051, 1986.

56.  Cibis GW:  Congenital glaucoma.  J Am Opt Asso;  58:728-733, 1987.

57.  Waeltermann JM, Huntrakoon M, Beatty EC, Cibis GW:  Congenital fibromatosis (myofibromatosis) of the orbit: A rare cause of proptosis at birth.  Ann Ophthalmol; 20:394-399, 1988.

58.  Cibis GW:  Postsurgical management of strabismus. in Current Therapy in Ophthalmic Surgery, p 291-294.  Spaeth GL, Katz LJ., Parker KW. (eds) BC Decker Inc, Philadelphia, 1989.

59.  Cibis GW:  Ocular development and congenital anomalies in Fundamentals and Principles of Ophthalmology.  Section 1 Basic and Clinical Science Course 1989-1990, American Academy of Ophthalmology, San Francisco, 1989.

60.  Tripathi BJ, Tripathi RC, Cibis GW:  Sturge-Weber Syndrome, Encephalotrigeminal Angiomatosis.  The Eye In Systemic Disease, pp 443-447. Gold DH, Weingeist TA (eds), JB Lippincott, Phila 1990.
61.  Cibis GW, Tripathi RC, Tripathi BJ:  Lowe’s Syndrome, Oculocerebrorenal Syndrom.  The Eye In Systemic Disease, pp 504-506. Gold DH, Weingeist TA (eds), JB Lippincott, Phila 1990.

62.  Cibis GW, Freeman AI, Pang V, Roloson GJ, Case WF, Ost M, Huntrakoon M, Rothberg PG:  Bilateral choroidal neonatal neuroblastoma.  Am J Ophth; 109:445-449, 1990.

63.  Cibis GW, Mancillas MS: Contrast sensitivity.  Current Opinion in Ophthalmology; 2:81-84, 1991.

64.  Maino DM, Wesson M, Schlange D, Cibis G, Maino JH:  Optometric findings in the fragile X syndrome.  Optometry & Vision Science; 68:634-640, 1991.

65.  Shrader CE, Cibis GW:  External Trabeculotomy.  Glaucoma Surgery, pp 123-131. Thomas JV, Belcher CD, Simmons RJ (eds), Mosby Year Book, St Louis 1992.

66.  Cibis GW:  Incidence of inadvertent perforation in strabismus surgery.  Ophthalmic Surgery; 23:360-361, 1992.

67.  Cibis GW, Tripathi RC, Tripathi BJ, Seidel GF:  Familial total ophthalmoplegia with iris transillumination, (Neurocristopathy).  Am J Ophthalmol; 113:443-446, 1992.

68.  Martinez KR, Cibis GW, Tauber JT:  Lipemia Retinalis.  Arch Ophthalmol; 110: 171, 1992.

69.  Obaidat MS, Abu-Saymeh DS, Cibis GW, Pierce D: A Video Pattern Generator for Vision Testing. Proceedings of the 35th Midwest Symposium on Circuits and Systems Newcomb RW, Geller B, Zaghloul ME (eds), George Washington U., Washington DC, 282-285, 1992.

70.  Cibis GW, Fitzgerald K:  Vision Testing in Infants and Non-responsive Children.  in Lipids, Learning and the Brain: Fats Infant Formula (103rd Ross conference on Pediatric Nutrition):  Dobbing, J, (ed), Columbus, OH, Ross Laboratories, 1993.

71.  Cibis GW, Tongue AC, Stass-Isern M:  Decision Making in Pediatric Ophthalmology, C.V. Mosby Co.(St Louis), 1993.

72.  Bealer LA, Cibis GW, Barker BF, Egelhoff JC, Freeman AI, Zwick DA:  Aneurysmal bone cyst: Report of a case mimicking orbital tumor.  J of Ped Ophthalmol and Strab; 30:199-200, 1993.

73.  Cibis GW, Fitzgerald KM, Harris DJ, Rothberg PG, Rupani M:  The effects of dystrophin gene mutations on the ERG in mice and humans.  Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci; 34:3646-3652, 1993.

74.  Cibis GW, Fitzgerald KM:  Electroretinography in congenital idiopathic nystagmus.  Pediatric Neurology; 9:369-371, 1993.

75.  Cibis GW:  Pediatric refraction.  Ophthalmology Clinics of North America; 6:551-560, 1993.

76.  Fitzgerald KM, Cibis GW:  The value of flash visual evoked potentials in albinism.  J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus; 31:18-25, 1994.

77.  Fitzgerald KM, Cibis GW, Giambrone SA, Harris DJ:  Retinal signal transmission in Duchenne muscular dystrophy: Evidence for dysfunction in the photoreceptor/depolarizing bipolar cell pathway.  J Clin Invest; 93:2425-2430, 1994.

78.  Cibis GW, Tripathi RC, Tripathi BJ:  Congenital pupillary-iris-lens membrane with goniodysgenesis- a neurocristopathy.  Ophthalmic Surgery; 25:580-583,1994.

79.  Cibis GW, Fitzgerald KM:  Optic nerve hypoplasia in association with brain anomalies and an abnormal electroretinogram.  Documenta  Ophthalmologica; 86:11-22, 1994

80.  Cibis GW: Video vision development assessment (VVDA): Combining the Brückner test with eccentric photorefraction for dynamic identification of amblyogenic factors in infants and children.  Tr Am Ophth Soc; XCII:644-685, 1994 .

81.  Warady BA, Cibis G, Blowey D, Hellerstein S:  Senior-Loken syndrome: Revisited.  Pediatrics; 94:111-112, 1994.

82.  Cibis GW:  Embryology, Ocular Development and Congenital Anomalies in Fundamentals and Principles of Ophthalmology.  Section 2 Basic and Clinical Science Course 1994-1995, American Academy of Ophthalmology, San Francisco, 1994.

83.  Maino DM, Maino JH, Cibis GW, Hecht F:  Ocular health anomalies in patients with developmental disabilities.  Diagnosis and Management of Special Populations, Maino DM (ed), Mosby. pp 189-205, 1995.

84.  Cibis GW, Fitzgerald KM:  Abnormal electroretinogram associated with developmental brain anomalies.  Tr Am Ophth Soc; XCIII:147-161, 1995.

85.  Cibis GW, Fitzgerald KM:  Amblyopia in unilateral congenital ptosis:  Early detection by sweep visual evoked potential.  Graefe’s Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmol; 233: 605-609, 1995.

86.  Cibis GW, Crandall MA:  Hyperopia in infantile versus acquired esotropia: Implications for glasses prophylaxis to prevent esotropia.  in Update on Strabismus and Pediatric Ophthalmology.  Lennerstrad G (ed) Proceedings of the Joint ISA and AAOP&S meeting, Vancouver, Canada June 19-23, 1995, RC Press, London, PP 207-210, 1995.

87.  Fitzgerald KM, Heruth DP, Dowler LL, Giambrone SA, Sahni M, Angeloni SV, Simckes AM, Cibis GW, Rothberg PG, White RA:  Identification of cDNAs encoding two human retinal dystrophin isoforms:  Alternative splicing of a complex novel first exon.  Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci; 36;S771, 1995. (Abstr)

88.  Smith DE, Cibis GW: Discordant Duane’s retraction syndrome in monozygotic twins. Am J Ophthalmol; 122:749-750,1996.

89.  Cibis GW:  Discussion to Sorsby’s fundus dystrophy.  Trans Am Ophth Soc; XCIV:295, 1996.

90.  Auestad N, Montalto MB, Hall RT, Fitzgerald KM, Wheeler RE, Connor WE, Neuringer M, Connor SL, Taylor JA, Hartman EE, on behalf of the Ross Pediatric Study Group (Cibis, GW): Visual acuity, erythrocyte fatty acid composition, and growth in term infants fed formulas with long chain polyunsaturated fatty acids for one year.  Ped Res; 41:1-10, 1997.

91.  Cibis, GW, Crandall M, Pruzhanovskiy V, Lynd J, Hug T:  Color and luminance: A 24 bit analysis of eccentric photorefraction combined with the Brückner red reflex (VVDA), in Enoch  Festschrift Basic and Clinical Applications of Vision Science. Lakshminarayanan V (ed) Kluwer, Dordrecht, Netherlands, 93-95, 1997.

92.  Rothberg PG, Ponnuru S, Baker d, Bradley JF, Freeman AI, Cibis GW, Harris DJ, Heruth DP.  A deletion polymorphism due to Alu-Alu  recombination in Intron 2 of the retinoblastoma gene: Association with human gliomas.  Molecular Carcinogenesis; 19: 69-73, 1997.

93.  Hug T, Cibis G, Lynd J: The use of spray topical delivery system for cycloplegic medications in children. Binocular Vision Quarterly; 12:191-194, 1997.

94.  Cibis, GW: A clinical update on modern strabismus surgery. Review of Optometry; May:121-131, 1997.

95.  Cibis, GW:  Comitant strabismus. Current Opinion in Ophthalmology; 9:15-19, 1998

96.  Fitzgerald KM, Cibis GW, White RA:  ERG in Duchenne/Becker muscular dystrophy. Pediatric Neurol; 19:400-401, 1998.

97.  Fitzgerald KM, Cibis GW, White RA:  Dystrophin localization in cone cells.  Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science; 39(2):218-219, 1998.

98.  Fitzgerald KM, Cibis GW, Harris DJ. Giambrone SG, Dowler LL, White RA:  Retinal phenotype of a dystrophin gene mutation in heterozygous female carriers of Duchenne muscular dystrophy.  J Med Genet; 36:316-322, 1999.

99.  Pillers  DA, Fitzgerald KM, Duncan NM, Rash SM, White RA, Dwinnell SJ, Powell BR, Schur RE, Ray PN, Cibis GW, Weleber RG:  Duchenne/Becker muscular dystrophy: Correlation of phenotype by electroretinography with sites of dystrophin mutations.  Am J Hum Genet; 105:2-9, 1999.

100.  Cibis GW: The Eye in Systemic Disease. in U of Miami Bascom Palmer Eye Inst Atlas of Ophthalmology:  Parrish, RK, (ed), Philadelphia, PA, Current Medicine, Inc, 511-513, 1999.

101.  Hug TE, Fitzgerald KM, Cibis GW:  Clinical and electroretinographic findings in fetal alcohol syndrome.  J AAPOS; 4:200-204, 2000.

102.  Smith, DE, Fitzgerald, K, Stass-Isern, M, Cibis, GW:  Electroretinography is necessary for spasmus nutans diagnosis.  Ped Neurol; 23:33-36, 2000.

103.  Fitzgerald KM, Cibis GW, Gettel AH, Rinaldi RJ:  The ERG in pediatric mitochondrial myopathies.  Invest Ophthal and Vis Sci; 41:S891, 2000.

104.  Cibis GW:  Lowe’s Syndrome.  Color Atlas of the Eye In Systemic Disease, pp 470-471. Gold DH, Weingeist TA (eds), Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Phila 2000.

105.  Cibis GW:  Myasthenia Gravis discussion remarks.  Tr Am Ophth Soc; XCVIII:180-181, 2000 .

106.  Fitzgerald KM, Hashimoto T, Hug TE, Cibis GW, Harris DJ:  Autosomal dominant inheritance of a negative electroretinogram phenotype in three generations.  Am J Ophth; 131:495-502, 2001.

107.  Donoso LA, Frost AT, Stone EM, Weleber RG, MacDonald IM, Hageman GS, Cibis GW, Ritter R, Edwards AO:  Autosomal dominant Stargardt-like macular dystrophy; founder effect and reassessment of genetic heterogeneity.  Arch Ophthalmol; 119:564-570, 2001.

108.  Benoff K, Fitzgerald KM, Zemon VM, Pinkhasov E, Gordon J, Cibis GW:  Magocellular ON-pathway deficits in Duchenne muscular dystrophy: A visual evoked potential study.  Iverst Oph Vis Sci; 42:S787, 2001.

109.  Cibis GW, Fitzgerald KM:  The negative ERG is not synonymous with nightblindness.  Tr Am Ophth Soc; 99:171-176, 2001.

110.  Ullrich CR, Garola RD, Cibis, GW: Bilateral extraocular muscle epithelial inclusion cysts as a complication of strabismus surgery.  J AAPOS; 7:366-367, 2003.

111.  Cibis GW, Fitzgerald KM:  Transgenic mouse models or brain retina neuroembryodysgenesis.  Tr Am Ophth Soc; CI:234, 2003.

112.  Cibis GW, Walton DS:  Congenital pupillary-iris-lens membrane with goniodysgenesis.  J AAPOS; 8:378-383, 2004.

113.  Wang T, Keller JM, Gibis, GW: A fuzzy approach to find Hirschberg points and to determine fixation in digital images of infants.  Proc IEEE Int’l Conf. Fuzzy Systems: 2:955-960. St Louis, MO, May 2003.

114.  Wang T, Keller JM, Cibis GW: Precise iris and pupil location for automatic video-based photoscreening.  Pattern Recognition Lett.  (in press).

115.  Cibis GW:  Autism: discussion remarks.  Trans Am Ophth Soc; CII:      , 2004.

116.  Cibis GW:  Embryology, Ocular Development and Congenital Anomalies in Fundamentals and Principles of Ophthalmology.  Section 2 Basic and Clinical Science Course 2005-2006, pp 125-178, American Academy of Ophthalmology, San Francisco, 2005.

117.  Cibis GW:  (ed) Fundamentals and Principles of Ophthalmology.  Section 2 Basic and Clinical Science Course 2005-2006, American Academy of Ophthalmology, San Francisco, 2005.

118.  Cibis GW Landry RJ, Mainster M, Sliney DDH, Stuck B, Wolffe M:  Light Hazards in Fundamentals and Principles of Ophthalmology.  Section 2 Basic and Clinical Science Course 2005-2006, pp 459-465, American Academy of Ophthalmology, San Francisco, 2005.

119.  Cibis GW: Video Vision Development Assessment In Diagnosis and Documentation of Microtropia.  Binocular Vision Strabismus Quarterly; #20: 151-158.

120.  Cibis GW:  Microtropia letter to the editor Binocular Vision & Strabismus Quarterly, #21 (2):  77, 2006.

121.  Van Eenwyk J, Agah A, Giangiacomo J, Cibis GW:  Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Automatic Screening of Amblyogenic Factors.  Trans Am Ophthalmol Soc, Vol 106, 2008.

122. Cibis GW:  Neonatal and Pediatric Infections: What Ophthalmologists Need to Know. Web. http://cme.ufl.edu/ed/self-study/uf/topics-in-ocular-anti-infectives.  April 2011, 5-7.

123. Patrick G. Clark, Arvin Agah, and Gerhard W. Cibis. (2011). Applied Artificial Intelligence Techniques for Identifying the Lazy Eye Vision Disorder.  Journal of Intelligent Systems, DOI 10.1515/JISYS.2011.007.

124.  Cibis GW (2011).  Chapter 5:  Binocular Vision.  In Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins (Eds.) Duane’s Ophthalmology 2011.
125.  Patrick G. Clark, Christopher M. Gifford, Jonathan Van Eenwyk, Arvin Agah, and Gerhard W. Cibis. (2012). Applied machine learning and decision combination for identifying the lazy eye vision disorder.  Proceedings of the 2012 International Conference on Artificial Intelligence, (ICAI 2012), Las Vegas, Nevada, July 2012.