Associate Professor Kathryn Rose

PhD, ANU Grad. Dip. Neuroscience, ANU Dip.App.Sci (Orthoptics), Cumberland College Dip. Orthoptic Board Australia
Associate Professor, Head of Discipline (Orthoptics), Course Director Master of Orthoptics, Research Team Leader, Sensory Impairment

C43T - T Block Cumberland Campus
The University of Sydney

Telephone +61 2 9351 9464
Fax +61 2 9351 9359

Biographical details

Associate Professor Kathryn Rose is a leading international researcher on the development of vision and refractive errors in children and adolescents. She works collaboratively with a number of national and international research groups, in particular the Centre for Vision Research, University of Sydney, where she has brought a personal emphasis to research in refractive errors, particularly the development of myopia (shortsightedness), and to vision screening in children, prevention and evidence-based practice in eye health care. She has had continuing NHMRC support of these areas of interest and has published over 50 peer-reviewed scientific papers.

In 2005, she co-authored a refereed review of literature regarding development of myopia. As the first comprehensive meta-analysis undertaken of this topic in at least twenty years and the approaches to analysis in this paper were sufficiently innovative that it was the subject of an article in New Scientist and has been citied over 100 times since publication in the top ranking ophthalmic journal.

In 2007, Kathryn was invited by the World Health Organisation (WHO) Prevention of Blindness and Deafness Unit in conjunction with the National Eye Institute, NIH, USA to act as a consultant for the planning of "myopia follow-up progression and risk factor assessment studies" and the development of a standardised questionnaire to measure life style activities in children. She continues to work in this area of research in conjunction with colleagues from the State Key Laboratory of Ophthalmology, Zhongshan Ophthalmic Center, Sun Yat-sen University, Guangzhou, China and the Singapore Eye Research Institute, Singapore.

Teaching and supervision

  • Supervision of PhD and Master by Research students
  • Unit of Study Coordinator: ORTH5039, Eye and Vision ORTH5047, Research Report 1 ORTH5051, Research Report 2
  • Clinical Director, Orthoptics
  • SEG: Human Resources and Equity
  • Selected grants

    2013

    • The Use of a Tool to Detect the Presence of Vision Defects in Patients Diagnosed With Stroke - Phase 1 Validation of the Tool; Courtney-Harris M, Rose K; Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI)/Research Support.
    • Health Partnerships in Primary Schools (Health PiPS); Bundy A, Arciuli J, Black D, Davis G, Doble M, Honey A, Lincoln M, McCabe P, Munro N, O'Connor H, Orr R, Purcell A, Rose K, Baur L, Kay J, Bova E, Meyers M; Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney/Collaborative Research Scheme.

    2012

    • Gene-environment interactions in the aetiology of myopia; Rose K, Baird P, Morgan I; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

    2008

    • Assessment of the prevalence of visual impairment attributable to refractive error or other causes in school children: Sydney Adolescent Vascular and Eye Disease Study; Rose K; World Health Organisation (Switzerland)/Research Support.
    • Sydney Adolescent Vascular and Eye Study; Mitchell P, Morgan I, Smith W, Rose K, Wang J, Flood V, Morgan I; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

    2006

    • Sydney Paediatric Eye Disease and Hearing Loss Study.; Mitchell P, Varma R, Rose K, Gole K; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.

    2003

    • The Sydney myopia study: prevalence and risk factors for myopia and other eye conditions in school-age children; Rose K, Mitchell P, Smith W, Morgan I; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Project Grants.
    • Ziess IOLMaster-non-contact biometer; Rose K, Mitchell P; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Equipment Grants.

    2001

    • The Sydney myopia pilot study: prevalence and risk factors for myopia in school-aged children; Rose K; DVC Research/Research and Development Scheme: Newly Appointed Staff (NAS).
    • Effects of radiofrequency electromagnetic radiation from long-term mobile phone use on vision and hearing; Rose K, Mitchell P, Maddess T, Morgan I; National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC)/Strategic Research Development Committee (SDRC): Radiofrequency Electromagnetic Energy Grant.
    • The Sydney myopia pilot study: prevalence, ethnicity and environmental risk factors for myopia in school-aged children; Rose K; University of Sydney/Internal Research Grant Allocations - Cumberland.

    Selected publications

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    Book Chapters

    • Morgan, I., Rose, K., Ashby, R. (2014). Animal models of experimental myopia: Limitations and synergies with studies on human myopia. In Spaide, R., F., Yannuzzi, L., A., & Ohno-Matsui, K (Eds.), Pathologic Myopia, (pp. 39-58). New York: Springer New York LLC.
    • Rose, K. (2006). Australian Doctor: How to Treat Yearbook 2006 - Myopia. In Nadine Meehan, Lynn Buglar, Kerri Parnell (Eds.), Australian Doctor: How to Treat Yearbook, (pp. 121-128). Sydney: Reed Business Information.

    Journals

    • Afsari, S., Rose, K., Pai, A., Gole, G., Leone (nee Major), J., Burlutsky, G., Mitchell, P. (2013). Diagnostic reliability and normative values of stereoacuity tests in preschool-aged children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 97(3), 308-313. [More Information]
    • Xiang, F., He, M., Zeng, Y., Mai, J., Rose, K., Morgan, I. (2013). Increases in the prevalence of reduced visual acuity and myopia in Chinese children in Guangzhou over the past 20 years. Eye, 27(12), 1353-1358. [More Information]
    • Morgan, I., Rose, K. (2013). Myopia and international educational performance. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 33(3), 329-338. [More Information]
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2013). Patterns of myopigenic activities with age, gender and ethnicity in Sydney schoolchildren. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 33(3), 318-328. [More Information]
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Burlutsky, G., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2013). Prevalence and 5- to 6-Year Incidence and Progression of Myopia and Hyperopia in Australian Schoolchildren. Ophthalmology, 120(7), 1482-1491. [More Information]
    • Afsari, S., Rose, K., Gole, G., Philip, K., Leone (nee Major), J., French, A., Mitchell, P. (2013). Prevalence of anisometropia and its association with refractive error and amblyopia in preschool children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 97(9), 1095-1099. [More Information]
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2013). Risk Factors for Incident Myopia in Australian Schoolchildren. The Sydney Adolescent Vascular and Eye Study. Ophthalmology, 120(10), 2100-2108. [More Information]
    • French, A., Ashby, R., Morgan, I., Rose, K. (2013). Time outdoors and the prevention of myopia. Experimental Eye Research, 114, 58-68. [More Information]
    • Pai, A., Rose, K., Leone (nee Major), J., Haji Sharbini, S., Burlutsky, G., Varma, R., Wong, T., Mitchell, P. (2012). Amblyopia Prevalence and Risk Factors in Australian Preschool Children. Ophthalmology, 119(1), 138-144. [More Information]
    • French, A., O’Donoghue, L., Morgan, I., Saunders, K., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2012). Comparison of Refraction and Ocular Biometry in European Caucasian Children Living in Northern Ireland and Sydney, Australia. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 53(7), 4021-4031. [More Information]
    • Gopinath, B., Baur, L., Hardy, L., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Wong, T., Mitchell, P. (2012). Relationship between a range of sedentary behaviours and blood pressure during early adolescence. Journal of Human Hypertension, 26(6), 350-356. [More Information]
    • Pai, A., Rose, K., Samarawickrama, C., Fotedar, R., Burlutsky, G., Varma, R., Mitchell, P. (2012). Testability of refraction, stereopsis, and other ocular measures in preschool children: the Sydney Paediatric Eye Disease Study. Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 16(2), 185-192. [More Information]
    • Leone (nee Major), J., Gole, G., Mitchell, P., Kifley, A., Pai, A., Rose, K. (2012). Visual acuity testability and comparability in Australian preschool children: The Sydney Paediatric Eye Disease Study. Eye, 26(7), 925-932. [More Information]
    • Pai, A., Wang, J., Samarawickrama, C., Burlutsky, G., Rose, K., Varma, R., Wong, T., Mitchell, P. (2011). Prevalence and Risk Factors for Visual Impairment in Preschool Children - The Sydney Paediatric Eye Disease Study. Ophthalmology, 118(8), 1495-1500. [More Information]
    • Fotedar, R., Wang, J., Burlutsky, G., Morgan, I., Rose, K., Wong, T., Mitchell, P. (2010). Distribution of Axial Length and Ocular Biometry Measured Using Partial Coherence Laser Interferometry (IOL Master) in an Older White Population. Ophthalmology, 117(3), 417-423. [More Information]
    • Leone (nee Major), J., Mitchell, P., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Rose, K. (2010). Use of Visual Acuity to Screen for Significant Refractive Errors in Adolescents: Is It Reliable? Archives of Ophthalmology, 128(7), 894-899. [More Information]
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Mitchell, P. (2009). Author reply - Outdoor Activity and Myopia. Ophthalmology, 116(6), 1230-1230.
    • Samarawickrama, C., Wang, J., Huynh, S., Pai, A., Burlutsky, G., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2009). Ethnic Differences in Optic Nerve Head and Retinal Nerve Fibre Layer Thickness Parametersin Children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 94(7), 871-876. [More Information]
    • Morgan, I., Rose, K., Ellwein, L. (2009). Is Emmetropia the Natural Endpoint for Human Refractive Development? An Analysis of Population-based Data from the Refractive Error Study in Children (RESC). Acta Ophthalmologica, 88(8), 877-884.
    • Huynh, S., Samarawickrama, C., Wang, X., Rochtchina, E., Wong, T., Gole, G., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2009). Macular and Nerve Fiber Layer Thickness in Amblyopia The Sydney Childhood Eye Study. Ophthalmology, 116(9), 1604-1609. [More Information]
    • Dirani, M., Tong, L., Gazzard, G., Koh, K., Chia, A., Young, T., Rose, K., Mitchell, P., Saw, S. (2009). Outdoor Activity and Myopia in Singapore Teenage Children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 93(8), 997-1000. [More Information]
    • Leone (nee Major), J., Cornell, E., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Rose, K. (2009). Prevalence of Heterophoria and Associations with Refractive Error, Heterotropia and Ethnicity in Australian School Children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 94(5), 542-546. [More Information]
    • Samarawickrama, C., Fotedar, R., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2009). Refractive Error, Strabismus, and Amblyopia. Ophthalmology, 116(2), 364-365. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2008). Ethnic differences in refraction and ocual biometry in a population-based sample of 11-15 year-old Australian children. Eye, 22(2008), 649-656. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Burlutsky, G., Mitchell, P. (2008). Myopia and the Urban Environment: Findings in a Sample of 12-Year-Old Australian School Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 49(9), 3858-3863. [More Information]
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Burlutsky, G., Mitchell, P., Saw, S. (2008). Myopia, lifestyle and schooling in students of Chinese ethnicity in Singapore and Sydney. Archives of Ophthalmology, 126(4), 527-530. [More Information]
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Ip, J., Kifley, A., Huynh, S., Smith, W., Mitchell, P. (2008). Outdoor Activity Reduces the Prevalence of Myopia in Children. Ophthalmology, 115(8), 1279-1285. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2008). Prevalence of Hyperopia and Associations with Eye Findings in 6- and 12-Year-Olds. Ophthalmology, 115(4), 678-685. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Saw, S., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2008). Role of Near Work in Myopia: Findings in a Sample of Australian School Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 49(7), 2903-2910. [More Information]
    • French, A., Rose, K., Thompson, K., Cornell, E. (2008). The Evolution of Colour Vision Testing. Australian Orthoptic Journal, 40(2), 7-15.
    • Rose, K., Ip, J., Kifley, A., Maddess, T., Mitchell, P., Morgan, I., Sydney Childhood Eye, S., Sydney Myopia, S. (2007). Al/CR Ratio and Spherical Equivalent in Two Age Samples of Australian School Students. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 48(E-Abstract 1535).
    • Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P. (2007). Astigmatism in 12-year-old Australian children: Comparisons with a 6-year-old population. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 48(1), 73-82. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Robaei, D., Rochtchina, E., Rose, K., Smith, W., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2007). Can Information on the Purpose of Spectacle Use and Age at First Use Predict Refractive Error Type? Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 14(2), 88-92. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2007). Ethnic differences in refraction and ocular biometry in a population-based sample of 11-15 year-old Australian children. Eye, , 1-8. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P. (2007). Ethnic Differences in the Impact of Parental Myopia: Findings from a Population-Based Study of 12-Year-Old Australian Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 48(6), 2520-2528. [More Information]
    • Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2007). Impact of amblyopia on vision at age 12 years: findings from a population-based study. Eye, , 1-7. [More Information]
    • Fotedar, R., Rochtchina, E., Morgan, I., Wang, J., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2007). Necessity of cycloplegia for assessing refractive error in 12-year-old children: A population-based study. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 144(2), 307-309. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2007). Refractive Findings in Children with Astigmatic Parents: The Sydney Myopia Study. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 144(2), 304-306. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Varma, R., Mitchell, P. (2007). Variation of the Contribution from Axial Length and Other Oculometric Parameters to Refraction by Age and Ethnicity. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 48(10), 4846-4853. [More Information]
    • Pandian, A., Sankaridurg, P., Naduvilath, T., O'Leary, D., Sweeney, D., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). Accommodative Facility in Eyes with and without Myopia. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 47(11), 4725-4731. [More Information]
    • Huynh, S., Mai, Q., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). An Evaluation of Keratometry in 6-Year-Old Children. Cornea, 25(4), 383-387. [More Information]
    • Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Heller, G., Mitchell, P. (2006). Astigmatism and Its Components in 6-Year-Old Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 47(1), 55-64. [More Information]
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Ojaimi, E., Mitchell, P. (2006). Author response: Refraction in Australian Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 46(8).
    • Robaei, D., Rose, K., Ojaimi, E., Kifley, A., Martin, F., Mitchell, P. (2006). Causes and Associations of Amblyopia in a Population-Based Sample of 6-Year-Old Australian Children. Archives of Ophthalmology, 124(6), 878-884. [More Information]
    • Martinez, A., Pandian, A., Sankaridurg, P., Rose, K., Huynh, S., Mitchell, P. (2006). Comparison of Aberrometer and Autorefractor Measures of Refractive Error in Children. Optometry and Vision Science, 83(11), E811-E817. [More Information]
    • Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Huynh, S., Ip, J., Rose, K., Mitchell, P., Sydney Myopia, S., Sydney Childhood Eye, S. (2006). Correctable and Non–Correctable Visual Impairment in Two Representative Samples of Australian Children Aged 6 and 12 years. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 47(E-Abstract 1552).
    • Robaei, D., Rose, K., Kifley, A., Cosstick, M., Ip, J., Mitchell, P. (2006). Factors Associated with Childhood Strabismus: Findings from a Population-Based Study. Ophthalmology, 113(7), 1146-1153. [More Information]
    • Robaei, D., Wang, J., Tan, M., Rose, K., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P. (2006). Patterns of Eyecare Utilization by Young Australian Children: Findings from a Population-Based Study. Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 13, 153-158. [More Information]
    • Huynh, S., Wang, X., Ip, J., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). Prevalence and associations of anisometropia and anisoastigmatism in a population based sample of 6 year old children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 90(5), 597-601. [More Information]
    • Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). Refractive Error and Patterns of Spectacle Use in 12-Year-Old Australian Children. Ophthalmology, 113(9), 1567-1573. [More Information]
    • Huynh, S., Ojaimi, E., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2005). Accuracy of the Lang II stereotest in screening for binocular disorders in 6-year-old children. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 140(6), 1130-1132. [More Information]
    • Ojaimi, E., Rose, K., Smith, W., Morgan, I., Martin, F., Kifley, A., Robaei, D., Mitchell, P. (2005). Distribution of ocular biometric parameters and refraction in a population-based study of Australian children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 46(8), 2748-54. [More Information]
    • Ojaimi, E., Morgan, I., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Smith, W., Rochtchina, E., Mitchell, P. (2005). Effect of Stature and Other Anthropometric Parameters on Eye Size and Refraction in a Population-Based Study of Australian Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 46(12), 4424-4429. [More Information]
    • Morgan, I., Rose, K. (2005). How genetic is school myopia? Progress in Retinal and Eye Research, 24(1), 1-38.
    • Ojaimi, E., Robaei, D., Rochtchina, E., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P. (2005). Impact of birth parameters on eye size in a population-based study of 6-year-old Australian children. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 140(3), 535-537. [More Information]
    • Ojaimi, E., Rose, K., Smith, W., Morgan, I., Martin, F., Mitchell, P. (2005). Methods for a population-based study of myopia and other eye conditions in school children: the Sydney Myopia Study. Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 12(1), 59-69. [More Information]
    • Cosstick, M., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Rochtchina, E., Mitchell, P. (2005). Numerical Confusion Errors in Ishihara Testing: Finds From a Population-based Study. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 140(1), 154-156. [More Information]
    • Robaei, D., Rose, K., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P. (2005). Patterns of spectacle use in young Australian school children: Findings from a population-based study. Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 9(6), 579-583. [More Information]
    • Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Ip, J., Wang, X., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2005). Prevalence and Associations of Anisometropia in 6-year-old Australian School Children. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 33(Suppl 1), A66. [More Information]
    • Jee, J., Wang, J., Rose, K., Lindley, R., Landau, P., Mitchell, P. (2005). Vision and Hearing Impairment in Aged Care Clients. Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 12(3), 199-205. [More Information]
    • Robaei, D., Rose, K., Ojaimi, E., Kifley, A., Huynh, S., Mitchell, P. (2005). Visual Acuity and the Causes of Visual Loss in a Population-Based Sample of 6-Year-Old Australian Children. Ophthalmology, 112(7), 1275-1282. [More Information]
    • Jee, J., Wang, J., Rose, K., Landau, P., Lindley, R., Mitchell, P. (2004). Incorporating vision and hearing tests into aged care assessment: Methods and the pilot study. Ophthalmic Epidemiology, II(5), 427-436.
    • Guzowski, M., Wang, J., Rochtchina, E., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2003). Five-year refractive changes in an older population: the Blue Mountains Eye Study. Ophthalmology, 110(7), 1364-1370.
    • Rose, K., Younan, C., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P. (2003). Prevalence of undetected ocular conditions in a pilot sample of school children. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 31(3), 237-240.
    • Foran, S., Rose, K., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2002). Correctable visual impairment in an older population: The Blue Mountains Study. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 134(5), 712-719.
    • Foran, S., Rose, K., Wang, J., Thiagalingam, S., Mitchell, P. (2002). Five-year outcome of correctable visual impairment: the Blue Mountains Eye Study. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 30(3), 155-158.
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Mitchell, P. (2002). High heritability of myopia does not preclude rapid changes in prevalence. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 30(3), 168-172.
    • Rose, K., Mitchell, P., Smith, W., Morgan, I. (2001). The increasing prevalence of myopia: implications for Australia. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 29, 116-120.

    Conferences

    • French, A., Rose, K. (2011). Comparison of the distribution of Refraction and Ocular Biometry in European Caucasian children living in Northern Ireland and Sydney. 68th Annual Scientific Conference, Australia: Orthoptic Association of Australia.
    • French, A., Rose, K. (2011). Light: Its measurement and application to future studies for the development of myopia. 68th Annual Scientific Conference, Australia: Orthoptic Association of Australia.
    • French, A., Rose, K., Burlutsky, G., Mitchell, P. (2009). Does Correction of Hyperopia Affect the Pattern of Children's Activities, and Does This Differ From That in Emmetropic Children? The Association for Research in Vision and Opthalmology ARVO 2009 Conference, USA: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Rose, K. (2009). Wide Variation in the Prevalence of Myopia in schools across Sydney: The Sydney Myopia Study. 66th Annual Scientific Conference, Australia: Orthoptic Association of Australia.
    • French, A., Rose, K. (2009). Wide Variation in the Prevalence of Myopia in schools across Sydney: The Sydney Myopia Study. Health Science RHD Student Conference, Australia: Faculty of Health Science, The University of Sydney.
    • French, A., Burlutsky, G., Rose, K. (2008). Does the wearing of glasses affect the pattern of activities of children with hyperopic refractive errors: The Sydney Myopia Study (SMS). 65th Annual Scientific Conference, Australia: Orthoptic Association of Australia.
    • French, A., Rose, K. (2008). Does the wearing of glasses affect the pattern of activities of children with hyperopic refractive errors: The Sydney Myopia Study (SMS). Biennial Faculties of Health Research Conference: From Cell to Society 6, Australia: Faculty of Health Science, The University of Sydney.
    • Ip, J., Saw, S., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2007). Role of near-work in myopia: findings from a sample of Australian school children. Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists 2007, Australia: Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists.
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Varma, R., Mitchell, P., Sydney Myopia, S., Sydney Paediatric Eye, S. (2007). Variabilty of the Axial Length Contribution to Refraction by Childhood Age and Ethnicity. Annual Meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology ARVO 2007, United States: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Varma, R., Mitchell, P. (2007). Variation of the contribution from axial length and other oculometric parameters to refraction. Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists 2007, Australia: Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists.
    • Ip, J., Rose, K., Robaei, D., Huynh, S., Rochtchina, E., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2006). Evidence for Gene-Environment Interaction On The Development of Myopia In A Population Of 12 Year Old Children. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology 2006 Annual Meeting, United States: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • Martinez, A., Sankaridurg, P., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). Higher order aerrations in myopic children from different ethnical backgrounds. 11th International Myopia Conference 2006, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishers.
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W. (2006). Impact of parental myopia and near-work on childhood refraction: a comparison of two ethnic groups in the Sydney Myopia Study. 11th International Myopia Conference 2006, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishers.
    • Martinez, A., Sankaridurg, P., Sweeney, D., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). Monochromatic Ocular Aberrations in Australian Children: the Sydney Myopia Study. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology 2006 Annual Meeting, United States: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Mitchell, P. (2006). Myopia: prevalence, risk factors and natural history. 11th International Myopia Conference 2006, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishers.
    • Rose, K., Ip, J., Robaei, D., Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Smith, W., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P. (2006). Near-Work and Outdoor Activities and the Prevalence of Myopia in Australian School Students Aged 12-13 Years: the Sydney Myopia Study. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology 2006 Annual Meeting, United States: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P. (2006). Parental myopia, outdoor activities and refractive status in 12-year old children. Annual Meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology ARVO 2006, United States: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I. (2006). Prevalence and risk factors for myopia, hypermetropia, strabismus and amblyopia in Australian children: the Sydney Myopia Study. Annual Meeting of the Association for European Vision and Eye Research (EVER), Denmark: Blackwell Munksgaard.
    • Ip, J., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Huynh, S., Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Smith, W., Mitchell, P. (2006). Refraction and Axial Length in 12-year old Children: Impact of Parental Myopia, Ethnicity and Outdoor Activity. 38th Annual Scientific Congress of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists RANZCO 2006, Australia: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. [More Information]
    • Morgan, I., Rose, K. (2006). Underlying patterns of refractive development in Sydney children: the Sydney Myopia Study. Annual Meeting of the Association for European Vision and Eye Research (EVER), Denmark: Blackwell Munksgaard.
    • Ip, J., Robaei, D., Rochtchina, E., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2005). Eyestrain and Pattern of Spectacle Use Amongst Sydney Children. 37th Annual Scientific Congress of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists RANZCO 2005, Australia: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. [More Information]
    • Rose, K. (2005). The Sydney Myopia Study: implications for evidence-based practice and public health. 62nd Annual Scientific Conference of the Orthoptic Association of Australia Inc, Australia: Orthoptic Association of Australia.
    • Mitchell, P., Rochtchina, E., Wang, J., Chia, E., Foran, S., Rose, K. (2002). Cause specific contributions to blindness and visual impairment in Australia: Blue Mountains Eye Study projections. Australian Ophthalmic and Vision Science Meeting, N/A: N/A.
    • Rose, K., Younan, C., Mitchell, P., Morgan, I., Smith, W. (2002). Initial data on the prevalence of myopia in Australian children. 9th International Conference on Myopia, Hong Kong: The Federation of Medical Societies of Hong Kong.
    • Rose, K., Mai, Q., Vu, Q. (2002). Prevalence and risk factors of myopia in schoolchildren in Thai Nguyen province, Vietnam. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, N/A: N/A.
    • Rose, K., Younan, C., Mitchell, P., Morgan, I. (2002). School vision screening: the prevalence of undetected ocular conditions. Australasian Ophthalmic and Vision Science Meeting, N/A: N/A.
    • Rose, K. (2002). The changing prevalence of myopia. Australasian Ophthalmic and Vision Science Meeting, N/A: N/A.

    Working Paper Internal

    • French, A., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2012). Prevalence and 5 year Incidence of Refractive Error in a Population of Australian School Children.
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2012). Uncorrected Hyperopic Refractive Errors in Children Reduces Participation in Reading.
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2012). Variation in the Prevalence of Myopia in Sydney Schools.

    2014

    • Morgan, I., Rose, K., Ashby, R. (2014). Animal models of experimental myopia: Limitations and synergies with studies on human myopia. In Spaide, R., F., Yannuzzi, L., A., & Ohno-Matsui, K (Eds.), Pathologic Myopia, (pp. 39-58). New York: Springer New York LLC.

    2013

    • Afsari, S., Rose, K., Pai, A., Gole, G., Leone (nee Major), J., Burlutsky, G., Mitchell, P. (2013). Diagnostic reliability and normative values of stereoacuity tests in preschool-aged children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 97(3), 308-313. [More Information]
    • Xiang, F., He, M., Zeng, Y., Mai, J., Rose, K., Morgan, I. (2013). Increases in the prevalence of reduced visual acuity and myopia in Chinese children in Guangzhou over the past 20 years. Eye, 27(12), 1353-1358. [More Information]
    • Morgan, I., Rose, K. (2013). Myopia and international educational performance. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 33(3), 329-338. [More Information]
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2013). Patterns of myopigenic activities with age, gender and ethnicity in Sydney schoolchildren. Ophthalmic and Physiological Optics, 33(3), 318-328. [More Information]
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Burlutsky, G., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2013). Prevalence and 5- to 6-Year Incidence and Progression of Myopia and Hyperopia in Australian Schoolchildren. Ophthalmology, 120(7), 1482-1491. [More Information]
    • Afsari, S., Rose, K., Gole, G., Philip, K., Leone (nee Major), J., French, A., Mitchell, P. (2013). Prevalence of anisometropia and its association with refractive error and amblyopia in preschool children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 97(9), 1095-1099. [More Information]
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2013). Risk Factors for Incident Myopia in Australian Schoolchildren. The Sydney Adolescent Vascular and Eye Study. Ophthalmology, 120(10), 2100-2108. [More Information]
    • French, A., Ashby, R., Morgan, I., Rose, K. (2013). Time outdoors and the prevention of myopia. Experimental Eye Research, 114, 58-68. [More Information]

    2012

    • Pai, A., Rose, K., Leone (nee Major), J., Haji Sharbini, S., Burlutsky, G., Varma, R., Wong, T., Mitchell, P. (2012). Amblyopia Prevalence and Risk Factors in Australian Preschool Children. Ophthalmology, 119(1), 138-144. [More Information]
    • French, A., O’Donoghue, L., Morgan, I., Saunders, K., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2012). Comparison of Refraction and Ocular Biometry in European Caucasian Children Living in Northern Ireland and Sydney, Australia. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 53(7), 4021-4031. [More Information]
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2012). Prevalence and 5 year Incidence of Refractive Error in a Population of Australian School Children.
    • Gopinath, B., Baur, L., Hardy, L., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Wong, T., Mitchell, P. (2012). Relationship between a range of sedentary behaviours and blood pressure during early adolescence. Journal of Human Hypertension, 26(6), 350-356. [More Information]
    • Pai, A., Rose, K., Samarawickrama, C., Fotedar, R., Burlutsky, G., Varma, R., Mitchell, P. (2012). Testability of refraction, stereopsis, and other ocular measures in preschool children: the Sydney Paediatric Eye Disease Study. Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 16(2), 185-192. [More Information]
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2012). Uncorrected Hyperopic Refractive Errors in Children Reduces Participation in Reading.
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2012). Variation in the Prevalence of Myopia in Sydney Schools.
    • Leone (nee Major), J., Gole, G., Mitchell, P., Kifley, A., Pai, A., Rose, K. (2012). Visual acuity testability and comparability in Australian preschool children: The Sydney Paediatric Eye Disease Study. Eye, 26(7), 925-932. [More Information]

    2011

    • French, A., Rose, K. (2011). Comparison of the distribution of Refraction and Ocular Biometry in European Caucasian children living in Northern Ireland and Sydney. 68th Annual Scientific Conference, Australia: Orthoptic Association of Australia.
    • French, A., Rose, K. (2011). Light: Its measurement and application to future studies for the development of myopia. 68th Annual Scientific Conference, Australia: Orthoptic Association of Australia.
    • Pai, A., Wang, J., Samarawickrama, C., Burlutsky, G., Rose, K., Varma, R., Wong, T., Mitchell, P. (2011). Prevalence and Risk Factors for Visual Impairment in Preschool Children - The Sydney Paediatric Eye Disease Study. Ophthalmology, 118(8), 1495-1500. [More Information]

    2010

    • Fotedar, R., Wang, J., Burlutsky, G., Morgan, I., Rose, K., Wong, T., Mitchell, P. (2010). Distribution of Axial Length and Ocular Biometry Measured Using Partial Coherence Laser Interferometry (IOL Master) in an Older White Population. Ophthalmology, 117(3), 417-423. [More Information]
    • Leone (nee Major), J., Mitchell, P., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Rose, K. (2010). Use of Visual Acuity to Screen for Significant Refractive Errors in Adolescents: Is It Reliable? Archives of Ophthalmology, 128(7), 894-899. [More Information]

    2009

    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Mitchell, P. (2009). Author reply - Outdoor Activity and Myopia. Ophthalmology, 116(6), 1230-1230.
    • French, A., Rose, K., Burlutsky, G., Mitchell, P. (2009). Does Correction of Hyperopia Affect the Pattern of Children's Activities, and Does This Differ From That in Emmetropic Children? The Association for Research in Vision and Opthalmology ARVO 2009 Conference, USA: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • Samarawickrama, C., Wang, J., Huynh, S., Pai, A., Burlutsky, G., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2009). Ethnic Differences in Optic Nerve Head and Retinal Nerve Fibre Layer Thickness Parametersin Children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 94(7), 871-876. [More Information]
    • Morgan, I., Rose, K., Ellwein, L. (2009). Is Emmetropia the Natural Endpoint for Human Refractive Development? An Analysis of Population-based Data from the Refractive Error Study in Children (RESC). Acta Ophthalmologica, 88(8), 877-884.
    • Huynh, S., Samarawickrama, C., Wang, X., Rochtchina, E., Wong, T., Gole, G., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2009). Macular and Nerve Fiber Layer Thickness in Amblyopia The Sydney Childhood Eye Study. Ophthalmology, 116(9), 1604-1609. [More Information]
    • Dirani, M., Tong, L., Gazzard, G., Koh, K., Chia, A., Young, T., Rose, K., Mitchell, P., Saw, S. (2009). Outdoor Activity and Myopia in Singapore Teenage Children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 93(8), 997-1000. [More Information]
    • Leone (nee Major), J., Cornell, E., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Rose, K. (2009). Prevalence of Heterophoria and Associations with Refractive Error, Heterotropia and Ethnicity in Australian School Children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 94(5), 542-546. [More Information]
    • Samarawickrama, C., Fotedar, R., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2009). Refractive Error, Strabismus, and Amblyopia. Ophthalmology, 116(2), 364-365. [More Information]
    • French, A., Morgan, I., Rose, K. (2009). Wide Variation in the Prevalence of Myopia in schools across Sydney: The Sydney Myopia Study. 66th Annual Scientific Conference, Australia: Orthoptic Association of Australia.
    • French, A., Rose, K. (2009). Wide Variation in the Prevalence of Myopia in schools across Sydney: The Sydney Myopia Study. Health Science RHD Student Conference, Australia: Faculty of Health Science, The University of Sydney.

    2008

    • French, A., Burlutsky, G., Rose, K. (2008). Does the wearing of glasses affect the pattern of activities of children with hyperopic refractive errors: The Sydney Myopia Study (SMS). 65th Annual Scientific Conference, Australia: Orthoptic Association of Australia.
    • French, A., Rose, K. (2008). Does the wearing of glasses affect the pattern of activities of children with hyperopic refractive errors: The Sydney Myopia Study (SMS). Biennial Faculties of Health Research Conference: From Cell to Society 6, Australia: Faculty of Health Science, The University of Sydney.
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2008). Ethnic differences in refraction and ocual biometry in a population-based sample of 11-15 year-old Australian children. Eye, 22(2008), 649-656. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Burlutsky, G., Mitchell, P. (2008). Myopia and the Urban Environment: Findings in a Sample of 12-Year-Old Australian School Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 49(9), 3858-3863. [More Information]
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Burlutsky, G., Mitchell, P., Saw, S. (2008). Myopia, lifestyle and schooling in students of Chinese ethnicity in Singapore and Sydney. Archives of Ophthalmology, 126(4), 527-530. [More Information]
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Ip, J., Kifley, A., Huynh, S., Smith, W., Mitchell, P. (2008). Outdoor Activity Reduces the Prevalence of Myopia in Children. Ophthalmology, 115(8), 1279-1285. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2008). Prevalence of Hyperopia and Associations with Eye Findings in 6- and 12-Year-Olds. Ophthalmology, 115(4), 678-685. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Saw, S., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2008). Role of Near Work in Myopia: Findings in a Sample of Australian School Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 49(7), 2903-2910. [More Information]
    • French, A., Rose, K., Thompson, K., Cornell, E. (2008). The Evolution of Colour Vision Testing. Australian Orthoptic Journal, 40(2), 7-15.

    2007

    • Rose, K., Ip, J., Kifley, A., Maddess, T., Mitchell, P., Morgan, I., Sydney Childhood Eye, S., Sydney Myopia, S. (2007). Al/CR Ratio and Spherical Equivalent in Two Age Samples of Australian School Students. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 48(E-Abstract 1535).
    • Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P. (2007). Astigmatism in 12-year-old Australian children: Comparisons with a 6-year-old population. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 48(1), 73-82. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Robaei, D., Rochtchina, E., Rose, K., Smith, W., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2007). Can Information on the Purpose of Spectacle Use and Age at First Use Predict Refractive Error Type? Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 14(2), 88-92. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2007). Ethnic differences in refraction and ocular biometry in a population-based sample of 11-15 year-old Australian children. Eye, , 1-8. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P. (2007). Ethnic Differences in the Impact of Parental Myopia: Findings from a Population-Based Study of 12-Year-Old Australian Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 48(6), 2520-2528. [More Information]
    • Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2007). Impact of amblyopia on vision at age 12 years: findings from a population-based study. Eye, , 1-7. [More Information]
    • Fotedar, R., Rochtchina, E., Morgan, I., Wang, J., Mitchell, P., Rose, K. (2007). Necessity of cycloplegia for assessing refractive error in 12-year-old children: A population-based study. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 144(2), 307-309. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2007). Refractive Findings in Children with Astigmatic Parents: The Sydney Myopia Study. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 144(2), 304-306. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Saw, S., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2007). Role of near-work in myopia: findings from a sample of Australian school children. Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists 2007, Australia: Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists.
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Varma, R., Mitchell, P., Sydney Myopia, S., Sydney Paediatric Eye, S. (2007). Variabilty of the Axial Length Contribution to Refraction by Childhood Age and Ethnicity. Annual Meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology ARVO 2007, United States: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Varma, R., Mitchell, P. (2007). Variation of the Contribution from Axial Length and Other Oculometric Parameters to Refraction by Age and Ethnicity. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 48(10), 4846-4853. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Varma, R., Mitchell, P. (2007). Variation of the contribution from axial length and other oculometric parameters to refraction. Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists 2007, Australia: Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists.

    2006

    • Pandian, A., Sankaridurg, P., Naduvilath, T., O'Leary, D., Sweeney, D., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). Accommodative Facility in Eyes with and without Myopia. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 47(11), 4725-4731. [More Information]
    • Huynh, S., Mai, Q., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). An Evaluation of Keratometry in 6-Year-Old Children. Cornea, 25(4), 383-387. [More Information]
    • Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Heller, G., Mitchell, P. (2006). Astigmatism and Its Components in 6-Year-Old Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 47(1), 55-64. [More Information]
    • Rose, K. (2006). Australian Doctor: How to Treat Yearbook 2006 - Myopia. In Nadine Meehan, Lynn Buglar, Kerri Parnell (Eds.), Australian Doctor: How to Treat Yearbook, (pp. 121-128). Sydney: Reed Business Information.
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Ojaimi, E., Mitchell, P. (2006). Author response: Refraction in Australian Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 46(8).
    • Robaei, D., Rose, K., Ojaimi, E., Kifley, A., Martin, F., Mitchell, P. (2006). Causes and Associations of Amblyopia in a Population-Based Sample of 6-Year-Old Australian Children. Archives of Ophthalmology, 124(6), 878-884. [More Information]
    • Martinez, A., Pandian, A., Sankaridurg, P., Rose, K., Huynh, S., Mitchell, P. (2006). Comparison of Aberrometer and Autorefractor Measures of Refractive Error in Children. Optometry and Vision Science, 83(11), E811-E817. [More Information]
    • Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Huynh, S., Ip, J., Rose, K., Mitchell, P., Sydney Myopia, S., Sydney Childhood Eye, S. (2006). Correctable and Non–Correctable Visual Impairment in Two Representative Samples of Australian Children Aged 6 and 12 years. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 47(E-Abstract 1552).
    • Ip, J., Rose, K., Robaei, D., Huynh, S., Rochtchina, E., Kifley, A., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2006). Evidence for Gene-Environment Interaction On The Development of Myopia In A Population Of 12 Year Old Children. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology 2006 Annual Meeting, United States: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • Robaei, D., Rose, K., Kifley, A., Cosstick, M., Ip, J., Mitchell, P. (2006). Factors Associated with Childhood Strabismus: Findings from a Population-Based Study. Ophthalmology, 113(7), 1146-1153. [More Information]
    • Martinez, A., Sankaridurg, P., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). Higher order aerrations in myopic children from different ethnical backgrounds. 11th International Myopia Conference 2006, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishers.
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W. (2006). Impact of parental myopia and near-work on childhood refraction: a comparison of two ethnic groups in the Sydney Myopia Study. 11th International Myopia Conference 2006, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishers.
    • Martinez, A., Sankaridurg, P., Sweeney, D., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). Monochromatic Ocular Aberrations in Australian Children: the Sydney Myopia Study. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology 2006 Annual Meeting, United States: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Mitchell, P. (2006). Myopia: prevalence, risk factors and natural history. 11th International Myopia Conference 2006, United Kingdom: Blackwell Publishers.
    • Rose, K., Ip, J., Robaei, D., Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Smith, W., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P. (2006). Near-Work and Outdoor Activities and the Prevalence of Myopia in Australian School Students Aged 12-13 Years: the Sydney Myopia Study. Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology 2006 Annual Meeting, United States: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • Ip, J., Huynh, S., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P. (2006). Parental myopia, outdoor activities and refractive status in 12-year old children. Annual Meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology ARVO 2006, United States: Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology.
    • Robaei, D., Wang, J., Tan, M., Rose, K., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P. (2006). Patterns of Eyecare Utilization by Young Australian Children: Findings from a Population-Based Study. Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 13, 153-158. [More Information]
    • Huynh, S., Wang, X., Ip, J., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). Prevalence and associations of anisometropia and anisoastigmatism in a population based sample of 6 year old children. The British Journal of Ophthalmology, 90(5), 597-601. [More Information]
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I. (2006). Prevalence and risk factors for myopia, hypermetropia, strabismus and amblyopia in Australian children: the Sydney Myopia Study. Annual Meeting of the Association for European Vision and Eye Research (EVER), Denmark: Blackwell Munksgaard.
    • Ip, J., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Huynh, S., Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Smith, W., Mitchell, P. (2006). Refraction and Axial Length in 12-year old Children: Impact of Parental Myopia, Ethnicity and Outdoor Activity. 38th Annual Scientific Congress of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists RANZCO 2006, Australia: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. [More Information]
    • Robaei, D., Kifley, A., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2006). Refractive Error and Patterns of Spectacle Use in 12-Year-Old Australian Children. Ophthalmology, 113(9), 1567-1573. [More Information]
    • Morgan, I., Rose, K. (2006). Underlying patterns of refractive development in Sydney children: the Sydney Myopia Study. Annual Meeting of the Association for European Vision and Eye Research (EVER), Denmark: Blackwell Munksgaard.

    2005

    • Huynh, S., Ojaimi, E., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2005). Accuracy of the Lang II stereotest in screening for binocular disorders in 6-year-old children. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 140(6), 1130-1132. [More Information]
    • Ojaimi, E., Rose, K., Smith, W., Morgan, I., Martin, F., Kifley, A., Robaei, D., Mitchell, P. (2005). Distribution of ocular biometric parameters and refraction in a population-based study of Australian children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 46(8), 2748-54. [More Information]
    • Ojaimi, E., Morgan, I., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Smith, W., Rochtchina, E., Mitchell, P. (2005). Effect of Stature and Other Anthropometric Parameters on Eye Size and Refraction in a Population-Based Study of Australian Children. Investigative Ophthalmology and Visual Science, 46(12), 4424-4429. [More Information]
    • Ip, J., Robaei, D., Rochtchina, E., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2005). Eyestrain and Pattern of Spectacle Use Amongst Sydney Children. 37th Annual Scientific Congress of the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists RANZCO 2005, Australia: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. [More Information]
    • Morgan, I., Rose, K. (2005). How genetic is school myopia? Progress in Retinal and Eye Research, 24(1), 1-38.
    • Ojaimi, E., Robaei, D., Rochtchina, E., Rose, K., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P. (2005). Impact of birth parameters on eye size in a population-based study of 6-year-old Australian children. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 140(3), 535-537. [More Information]
    • Ojaimi, E., Rose, K., Smith, W., Morgan, I., Martin, F., Mitchell, P. (2005). Methods for a population-based study of myopia and other eye conditions in school children: the Sydney Myopia Study. Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 12(1), 59-69. [More Information]
    • Cosstick, M., Robaei, D., Rose, K., Rochtchina, E., Mitchell, P. (2005). Numerical Confusion Errors in Ishihara Testing: Finds From a Population-based Study. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 140(1), 154-156. [More Information]
    • Robaei, D., Rose, K., Kifley, A., Mitchell, P. (2005). Patterns of spectacle use in young Australian school children: Findings from a population-based study. Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 9(6), 579-583. [More Information]
    • Huynh, S., Kifley, A., Ip, J., Wang, X., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2005). Prevalence and Associations of Anisometropia in 6-year-old Australian School Children. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 33(Suppl 1), A66. [More Information]
    • Rose, K. (2005). The Sydney Myopia Study: implications for evidence-based practice and public health. 62nd Annual Scientific Conference of the Orthoptic Association of Australia Inc, Australia: Orthoptic Association of Australia.
    • Jee, J., Wang, J., Rose, K., Lindley, R., Landau, P., Mitchell, P. (2005). Vision and Hearing Impairment in Aged Care Clients. Ophthalmic Epidemiology, 12(3), 199-205. [More Information]
    • Robaei, D., Rose, K., Ojaimi, E., Kifley, A., Huynh, S., Mitchell, P. (2005). Visual Acuity and the Causes of Visual Loss in a Population-Based Sample of 6-Year-Old Australian Children. Ophthalmology, 112(7), 1275-1282. [More Information]

    2004

    • Jee, J., Wang, J., Rose, K., Landau, P., Lindley, R., Mitchell, P. (2004). Incorporating vision and hearing tests into aged care assessment: Methods and the pilot study. Ophthalmic Epidemiology, II(5), 427-436.

    2003

    • Guzowski, M., Wang, J., Rochtchina, E., Rose, K., Mitchell, P. (2003). Five-year refractive changes in an older population: the Blue Mountains Eye Study. Ophthalmology, 110(7), 1364-1370.
    • Rose, K., Younan, C., Morgan, I., Mitchell, P. (2003). Prevalence of undetected ocular conditions in a pilot sample of school children. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 31(3), 237-240.

    2002

    • Mitchell, P., Rochtchina, E., Wang, J., Chia, E., Foran, S., Rose, K. (2002). Cause specific contributions to blindness and visual impairment in Australia: Blue Mountains Eye Study projections. Australian Ophthalmic and Vision Science Meeting, N/A: N/A.
    • Foran, S., Rose, K., Wang, J., Mitchell, P. (2002). Correctable visual impairment in an older population: The Blue Mountains Study. American Journal of Ophthalmology, 134(5), 712-719.
    • Foran, S., Rose, K., Wang, J., Thiagalingam, S., Mitchell, P. (2002). Five-year outcome of correctable visual impairment: the Blue Mountains Eye Study. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 30(3), 155-158.
    • Rose, K., Morgan, I., Smith, W., Mitchell, P. (2002). High heritability of myopia does not preclude rapid changes in prevalence. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 30(3), 168-172.
    • Rose, K., Younan, C., Mitchell, P., Morgan, I., Smith, W. (2002). Initial data on the prevalence of myopia in Australian children. 9th International Conference on Myopia, Hong Kong: The Federation of Medical Societies of Hong Kong.
    • Rose, K., Mai, Q., Vu, Q. (2002). Prevalence and risk factors of myopia in schoolchildren in Thai Nguyen province, Vietnam. Australasian Ophthalmic and Visual Sciences Meeting, N/A: N/A.
    • Rose, K., Younan, C., Mitchell, P., Morgan, I. (2002). School vision screening: the prevalence of undetected ocular conditions. Australasian Ophthalmic and Vision Science Meeting, N/A: N/A.
    • Rose, K. (2002). The changing prevalence of myopia. Australasian Ophthalmic and Vision Science Meeting, N/A: N/A.

    2001

    • Rose, K., Mitchell, P., Smith, W., Morgan, I. (2001). The increasing prevalence of myopia: implications for Australia. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology, 29, 116-120.

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