1. Lane BC and Aggarwala KR (2011) Pigmentary dispersion glaucoma may be promoted in athletic adults by excessive use of mega-protein supplements lacking vitamin B6.ARVO abstract.

2. Lane BC and Aggarwala KR (2011) Nutrition as a major oral therapy for the glaucomas. Meeting of the Glaucoma Foundation Patient Support Group, New York Chapter. Saturday, January 15.

3. Lane B and Aggarwala K (2010) Defining stages of fish-methylmercury induced cataract and lens vacuoles. Journal of the American College of Nutrition. Vol. 29, No. 5, p 521 Abstract # 65.

4. Aggarwala KR & Kruger PB (2008) Neural sensory mechanisms analyze longitudinal chromatic aberration to control accommodation in the human eye. International conference on nano-medicine and recent advances in ophthalmic research. Sankara Nethralaya, Chennai, 4th September.

5. Aggarwala KR (2008) Introduction to health and wellness. Vasant Valley School, New Delhi. 25th July,

6. Aggarwala, KR (2008) Active Vision Therapy—Is it for real? Annual Meeting of the Delhi Ophthalmological Society, March 29, Ashok Hotel, New Delhi.

7. Aggarwala KR (2008) Chromatic cues for ocular accommodation. National Brain Research Centre, Manesar, Haryana. 18th September.

8. Vora U and Aggarwala KR (2007) Vision therapy for children with dyslexia. 16th Asia-Pacific Optometric Congress, Goa, India, 3-7 October.

9. Aggarwala KR (2007) Directions for research in vision and eye care in India. 33rd All-India Optometric Conference, Goa, India, 3-7 October.

10. Aggarwala KR (2006) Asthenopia and pulsations of intraocular pressure. Fifth Dr. E. Vaithilingam Memorial Scientific Symposium for optometry and vision science research on 19th March, 2006 in Chennai at Sankara Nethralaya.

11. Aggarwala KR (2005) Active accommodation in a 67 year-old Caucasian woman. ESO International Vision Science and Optometry Conference, Elite School of Optometry, Chennai, August 13-15.

12. Aggarwala KR (2004) Standardizing competency in optometry. Joint conference of World Council of Optometry, Indian Association of Schools and Colleges of Optometry and National Association of Indian Optometrists, Pune, Maharashtra, India.

13. Aggarwala KR (2004) How to prescribe subjective refraction. Delhi Ophthalmological Society, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi, 3rd April.

14. Lane BC and Aggarwala KR (1999) Myopiagenesis: Significance of binocular accommodation diopter-hours stimulus compared to nutrition support indices as risk factors. [127th Annual Meeting of the American Public Health Association, Chicago, November 8, 1999].

15. Lane BC and Aggarwala KR (1999) Dietary risk factors associated with exudative maculopathy progression. Vision, '99. Lighthouse International. [Waldorf Astoria, New York City, July 16th].

16. Aggarwala KR, Gupta S, and Lane BC (1998) Ascorbic acid supplementation prevents uptake of supplemental chromium when taken conjointly. American Public Health Association. [Washington D.C., November 18th].

17. Lane BC, Aggarwala KR, and Gupta S (1998) Vitamin C- how much is too much? American Public Health Association. [Washington D.C., November 18th].

18. Lane BC, Gupta SK, and Aggarwala KR (1998) Fish methylmercury as a risk factor for human subcapsular and nuclear cataractogenesis. XXVIIIth International Congress of Ophthalmology [RAI Congress Center, Amsterdam, June 21 to 26; Section title: Metabolic Cataract; p 89].

19. Aggarwala KR, Silverman RH, Rondeau MJ, Aslanides IM and Coleman DJ (1996) Depth of the anterior chamber changes progressively with accommodation. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (Suppl.). 776-B688, [Fort Lauderdale, FL].

20. Rondeau MJ, Aggarwala K, Silverman RH, Aslanides IM, Lloyd HO, Lizzi FL and Coleman DJ (1996) Accommodative hysteresis and ciliary muscle function: an ultrasound backscatter study. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (Suppl.). 775-B687, [Fort Lauderdale, FL].

21. Kempner F, Aggarwala KR, Zemon V, Gordon J, Hainline L, and Riddell, PM (1996): Visually evoked potentials of adult specific reading disabled and control subjects to isoluminant stimuli. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science (Suppl.). 4948-B558, [Fort Lauderdale, FL].
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