Brian Gilger, DVM, MS, Dipl. ACVO, Dipl. ABT
Professor of Ophthalmology
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, The Ohio State University; 1987
Internship, The Animal Medical Center, NY, NY; 1987-88
Residency in Ophthalmology, Auburn University; 1989-1992
Masters of Science, Auburn University; 1992
AffiliationsAmerican Veterinary Medical Association, Member, 1987–present
Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology, Member, 1989–present
Fellow, 2016 - present
American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists, Diplomate and Member, 1993–present
International Equine Ophthalmology Consortium, Member, 2009-present
North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association, Member, 1995 – present
American Society of Toxicology (SOT); 2013 – present
Councilor - Ocular Toxicology Specialty Section, 2014 – present
American Board of Toxicology, Diplomate, 2008-present
CertificationsDiplomate, American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists
Biological Barriers, PharmacologyOphthalmology
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Early Success Shown in Alternative Therapy for Equine Eye DiseaseAn innovative stem cell therapy first used at the NC State College of Veterinary Medicine shows strong promise in treating a chronic equine eye disease. In a new proof-of-concept study, stem cells were injected under the conjunctiva, the membrane covering the front of the eye, of four horses not responding well to the usual treatment
A Sharp Vision for Veterinary OphthalmologyA new imaging system joins a collection of advanced tools used by the ophthalmology service: a 50-megahertz ultrasound and optical coherence tomography. Both tools are non-invasive; the imaging is completed with little to no touching of the eye.
Gilger Honored with AVMA Clinical Research AwardThe annual award, presented at last weekend’s National Veterinary Scholars Symposium, recognizes a veterinarian whose research has an impact on the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of animal disease...
CVM Seeing High Number of Equine Fungal Eye InfectionsThe NC State Veterinary Hospital’s equine ophthalmology service reports treating an increased number of horses with eye infections caused by fungi. Fungal keratitis can develop after an injury to the cornea. It is common in horses, but the high frequency of cases seen during the past few weeks is unusual, said Brian Gilger, CVM professor
For Ruthie the Chimp, Clear Sight From Expert HandsA cataract removal procedure is as common for animals as it is for humans, but for Ruthie the chimpanzee, it's a matter of life and death...
Researchers Advance New Glaucoma TreatmentsGlaucoma is an eye disease in which the ocular pressure is abnormally high. This painful condition may result in irreversible blindness. Like people, glaucoma can occur spontaneously in certain breeds of dogs...
Morris Animal Foundation Supports CVM Research
Selected researchers at the North Carolina State University’s College Veterinary Medicine (CVM) are recipients of Morris Animal Foundation grants that total more than $1.2 million for investigations aimed at improving the health of dogs, cats, horses, and wildlife. More specifically, Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) is providing $1,212,671 to help support 12 different studies being conducted