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  • 3015 Scarlett Oak Ct, Cumming, GA 30041
  • Duluth, GA
  • 1125 Breckenridge Ln, Alpharetta, GA 30005
  • 16302 Royal Park Ct, Tampa, FL 33647
  • Minneapolis, MN
  • Lawrenceville, GA

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Consultant

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Location:
Atlanta, GA
Industry:
Medical Devices
Work:
The Payor Group
Consultant

Alcon, A Novartis Company Aug 2006 - Nov 2011
Director of Clinical Research

Ciba Vision Aug 2005 - Aug 2006
Project Director, Healthy Wear Project Category and Director, Soft Toric Lenses

Novartis 2004 - 2005
Head of Strategic Alliances, Ophthalmology and Gpcr Platform

Novartis 2003 - 2004
Disease Expert and Program Team Head
Education:
Unsw
Skills:
Medical Devices
Clinical Trials
Clinical Development
Pharmaceutical Industry
Fda
Regulatory Affairs
Ophthalmology
Clinical Research
R&D
Product Development
Ctms
Regulatory Submissions
Validation
Quality Assurance
Biotechnology
Design Control
Product Launch
Drug Development
International Project Management
New Business Development
Pharmaceutical Research
Gcp
Strategic Alliances
Ms Project
Glp
Myopia
Presbyopia
Research and Development
Business Development
Good Clinical Practice
U.s. Food and Drug Administration
Pharmaceuticals
Alliance Development
Pharmaceutical Development
Certifications:
Citi Program - Human Research
Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative
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Rick Payor

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Location:
United States

Publications

Us Patents

Optimizing Optical Aberrations In Ophthalmic Lenses

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US Patent:
8342683, Jan 1, 2013
Filed:
Aug 26, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/868766
Inventors:
Rick Edward Payor - Cumming GA, US
Peter Kollbaum - Bloomington IN, US
Ming Ye - Fort Worth TX, US
Arthur Bradley - Bloomington IN, US
Assignee:
Novartis AG - Basel
Indiana University Research and Technology Corporation - Indianapolis IN
International Classification:
G02C 7/04
US Classification:
35115974, 35115902, 35115977
Abstract:
An ophthalmic lens includes spherical aberration in an amount that accounts for spherical aberration introduced into the lens during the manufacturing process and/or spherical aberration differences in the manufactured lens measured off of the eye and measured on the eye. The result is a lens-and-eye optical system is free or substantially free of spherical aberration, i. e. , having only negligible spherical aberration. Because the optical system is free or substantially free of spherical aberration, there is no or only negligible coma induced by the normal misalignment of the lens optical axis and the eye's primary line of sight. The result is a lens-and-eye optical system that provides enhanced optical performance and visual quality. Also disclosed are methods of designing and manufacturing lenses with spherical aberration adjustments to account for manufacturing process changes and off-eye to on-eye differences.

Lens Design And Method For Preventing Or Slowing The Progression Of Myopia

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US Patent:
20100036489, Feb 11, 2010
Filed:
Jul 31, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/533408
Inventors:
Joseph Michael Lindacher - Suwanee GA, US
Ming Ye - Fort Worth TX, US
Rick Edward Payor - Cumming GA, US
Gregor F. Schmid - Cumming GA, US
International Classification:
A61F 2/16
US Classification:
623 627
Abstract:
A lens is provided that is capable of preventing or slowing the progression of myopia when worn by a person. The lens has a power profile that reduces on-axis and off-axis hyperopic defocus created by the optics of the eye by creating on-axis and off-axis myopic defocus. The on-axis and off-axis myopic defocus is created by providing light rays that pass through a central vision region of the optical portion and light rays that pass through a peripheral region of the optical portion an increase in positive (plus) power. The overall effect is to prevent or slow the progression of myopia without any perceptible degradation in the person's central vision.

Correction Of Peripheral Defocus Of An Eye And Control Of Refractive Error Development

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US Patent:
20100157240, Jun 24, 2010
Filed:
Dec 16, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/639101
Inventors:
GREGOR F. SCHMID - CANTON GA, US
RICK EDWARD PAYOR - CUMMING GA, US
ALDO A. MARTINEZ - SINGAPORE, SG
International Classification:
G02C 7/04
G02C 7/06
A61B 3/00
US Classification:
351161, 351168, 351246
Abstract:
An ophthalmic lens series for reducing the progression of myopia through adequately correcting the peripheral retina, the series comprising more than one ophthalmic lens forming a series. Each ophthalmic lens of the series has a central power level common to the series. Each of the ophthalmic lenses of the series has one differential (peripheral minus central) power level selected from a variety of differential power levels. Providing a variety of differential power levels reduces the risk of over or under-correcting the peripheral retina of a particular eye.

Myopia Control Means

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US Patent:
20110051079, Mar 3, 2011
Filed:
Apr 20, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/988403
Inventors:
Aldo Abraham Martinez - New South Wales, AU
Arthur Ho - New South Wales, AU
Padmaja Rajagopal Sankaridurg - New South Wales, AU
Percy Fabian Lazon - New South Wales, AU
Brien Anthony Holden - New South Wales, AU
Rick Payor - Cumming GA, US
Gregor F. Schmid - Canton GA, US
International Classification:
G02C 7/04
US Classification:
351160 R
Abstract:
Sets, kits or stocks of anti-myopia contact or spectacle lenses, along with methods for their use, that do not require a clinician to measure peripheral refractive error in the eyes of myopic patients. Extensive surveys have shown that lenses having peripheral powers or defocus set in accordance with central corrective power will cover almost all normal myopes not worse than −6D central refractive error. In one example, a kit or set of lenses (, FIG. ) can have multiple parts or sub-sets () each comprising a compartmented container () with lenses () arranged according to increments of central corrective power (). The lenses () of the first part () have four steps () of peripheral power or defocus to pro vide therapeutic effect and, while the lenses () of the second part () also have four steps (), the level of therapeutic effect is higher. Other examples of sets, kits and stocks, as well as examples of lenses themselves, are disclosed together with methods of use.

Rotationally Stabilized Contact Lens And Methods Of Lens Stabilization

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US Patent:
57608709, Jun 2, 1998
Filed:
Mar 31, 1997
Appl. No.:
8/829784
Inventors:
Rick Edward Payor - Lawrenceville GA
Xiaoxiao Zhang - Sewanee GA
Lewis Williams - Mascot, AU
Gary Lafferty - Cumming GA
Assignee:
CIBA Vision Corporation - Duluth GA
International Classification:
G02C 704
US Classification:
351160H
Abstract:
Contact lenses, especially toric and bifocal, which are rotationally stabilized and methods of stabilizing contact lenses. Contact lenses are stabilized, with respect to rotation while in place on the eye, by providing the lenses with a non-circular shape. In a preferred embodiment, a toric contact lens is rotationally stabilized by providing the lens with an oval shape. Also disclosed are methods of providing non-circular lenses with appropriate shapes for proper fit to a patient's eye.
Rick E Payor from Cumming, GA, age ~63 Get Report