- BA, Universite dOttawa (pre-med)
- PhD University of Houston (physiological optics and endocrinology)
- Research Associate in Physiological Optics, University of Houston
Role at Salus University:
- Associate Dean, Graduate Programs in Biomedicine
- Professor of Physiology
- P. Dayhaw-Barker. Mechanisms of Pathogenesis in Diabetes
Mellitus.Optometry and Vision Science 72:6, 417-424, 1995
- P. Dayhaw-Barker. Corneal Wound Healing: the players. International
Contact Lens Clinics 22: 105-109, 1995
- P. Dayhaw-Barker. Corneal Wound Healing: the process. International
Contact Lens Clinics 22: 110-115, 1995
- Schalch W., Dayhaw-Barker P. and F.M. Barker,II. The Photoprotective
Role of the Macular Yellow Pigment, Proceedings of the 12th International
Congress on Photobiology. Vienna. 1996.
- Dayhaw-Barker P. Recent Advances in Understanding Corneal Wound
Healing, Practical Optometry 8: 48-51, 1997.
- Schalch W., Dayhaw-Barker P., and F.M. Barker, II. Carotenoids in the
Retina. Nutritional and Environmental Influences on the Eye, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 1999.
- Dayhaw-Barker P., The Eye as a Unique target for Toxic and Phototoxic
Effects. In New Horizons in Primate Toxicology, in preparation, 2000.
Professional Honors and
- American Academy of Optometry Scientific Program Committee, 1992
- Consultant to the Council on Optometric Education
- Research committee member
- Various Search and College committees
- Reviewer for various research journals
- Grant reviewer for FCAR, 1994 to present
- Visiting Fellow, The Institute of Ophthalmology, University of
- Onofrey Rybachok Educator of the Year award, 1983.
- Research activities on radiation effects on the eye,
photosensitivity, free radicals effects on ocular tissues, diabetes mellitus, and corneal