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Ted Reid

Ted Reid, PhD

  • Co-Director
  • Professor-Associate
  • Professor – Associate Member
  • Professor - Adjunct
  • Vice Chairman
  • Director of Ocular Cell Biology
  • Professor
Mail Address: 3601 4th St Stop 7217
Lubbock TX 79430-7217

Positions:

  • Co-Director, Biotechnology Program, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center 2011-Present
  • Professor-Associate, Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center 2003-Present
  • Professor – Associate Member, Southwest Cancer Center, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center 1997-Present
  • Professor - Adjunct , Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, Texas Tech University 1992-Present
  • Vice Chairman, TTUHSC Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science 1991-Present

Education:

  • PhD: University of California, 1967
  • MS: University of Arizona, 1963
  • BA: Occidental College, 1961

Selected Publications:

  • Tran, Phat & Desai, Akash & Luth, Keaton & Huynh, Eric & Dong, Huy & Dev, Ameesh & Hamood, Abdul & Mitchell, Kelly & Reid, Ted (2016) An in vitro study of 2.5, 5.0 and 10% Providone-iodine (Betadine) Solutions in inhibiting the growth of different gram negative and gram positive pathogens showed a lack of efficacy with several bacterial species. J Ophthalmol Ophthalmic Surg, 2, 1, 100111.
  • Tran, Phat & Arnett, Avery & Jarvis, Courtney & Mosley, Thomas & Tran, Khien & Hanes, Rob & Webster, Daniel & Mitchell, Kelly & Dominguez, Leonardo & Hamood, Abdul & Reid, Ted (2016) Organo-selenium coatings inhibit multiple species of biofilm formation on different types of ophthalmic device material. Translational Vision Science & Technology Journal.
  • Monaco, Paula & Tran, Phat & Reid, Ted & Surles, James & Morse, Audra (2016) Performance of an orano-selenium coating in a long-term biofouling test using stainless steel pipes. Water Research Journal.
  • Monaco, Paula & Tran, Phat & Reid, Ted & Surles, James & Morse, Audra (2016) Performance of co-valently attached organo-selenium to RO feed spacers during fouling testing using real wastewater sources. Water Research Journal.
  • Reid, Ted & Tran, Phat & Dong, Juy & Luth, Keaton & Lin, Pamela & Desai, Akash & McCartney, David & Hamood, Abdul May (2016) Endophthalmitis: Development of a more effective and cost saving bacterial killing therapy. Invest. Ophthalmol. Vis. Sci., 57, 12, 5397.

Selected Presentations:

  • The role of vitamin K2 in the human mitochondria. Global Expo and Conference Supply Side West, Las Vegas, Nevada; 2015.
  • 2.5, 5, and 10% betadine solution is not effective in inhibiting the growth of different gram-negative and gram-positive pathogens in vitro. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthamology, Denver, Colorado; May 2015.
  • Contact lens hydrogel polymer: Inhibition of both gram-negative and gram-positive bacterial biofilm formation. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthamology, Denver, Colorado; May 2015.
  • Selenium coated polyester bandage inhibits the formation of bacterial biofilm formation in a wound. Wound Healing Society, San Antonio, Texas; April 2015.
  • Case Study: Successful transition from Phase-I to Phase-II for an SBIR grant. International Association for Dental Research, Boston, Massachusetts; March 2015.

Selected Contracts and Grants:

  • 2015-2017
    Awarded by Presidential Collaborative Research Grants Program
    in the amount of $50,000.00


  • SBIR Organo-selenium surface modifications of stainless steel surfaces to prevent biofouling in treatment of Space waste streams 2014-2015
    Awarded by NASA / SBIR
    in the amount of $150,000.00
    Co-Principal

  • SBIR Phase II Selenium Biopolymer Spacers to Prevent Biofouling of Reverse Osmosis Modules 2013-2015
    Awarded by NSF/ SBIR
    in the amount of $499,999.00
    Co-Principal

  • SBIR Phase I Selenium Biopolymer Spacers to Prevent Biofouling of Reverse Osmosis Modules 2012-2014
    Awarded by NSF/ SBIR
    Co-Principal

  • NIH/SIBR Phase II/Antimicrobial Dental Devices and Waterlines 2010-2012
    Awarded by NIH/SIBR
    in the amount of $980,000.00
    Principal

Selected Awards:

  • Chancellor's Distinguished Commercialization Award, 2013.
  • Fellow Association of Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Association of Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, 2010.
  • Research Fellow, Imperial Cancer Research Fund, London, England, 1980.
  • Fellow of Silliman College, Yale University, 1979.
  • Jules Stein Professorship, Yale University, 1973.

Selected Scheduled Teaching:

  • MSCI6108 Integrated Neurosciences - Fall 2017
  • MSII Neuroscience - Fall 2016
  • Resident Teaching - Fall 2016
  • GBTC6161 Biotechnology - 2016
  • Resident Teaching - Summer 2016
Date last updated: 1/21/2018
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