Recent Publications

Ma, Z., Wu, J., Zhong, S., Jiang, J., Heinen, S. (2019). Human Eye Movements Reveal Video Frame Importance. Computer, 52, 48–57. http://doi.org/10.1109/MC.2019.2903246
Badler, J., Watamaniuk, S., Heinen, S. (2019). A common mechanism modulates saccade timing during pursuit and fixation. Journal of Neurophysiology .
Chen, S., Chandna, A., Nicholas, S., Norcia, A. (2019). Differential Experience-Dependent Plasticity of Form and Motion Mechanisms in Anisometropic Amblyopia. Investigative Opthalmology & Visual Science, 60, 4109. http://doi.org/10.1167/iovs.19-27005
Ghahghaei, S., McKee, S., Verghese, P. (2019). The upper disparity limit increases gradually with eccentricity. Journal of Vision, 19.


Our mission is to create a unique environment for research on human vision -- basic scientific research to increase the understanding of normal vision in support of vision disorders, clinical research to develop new diagnostic procedures and treatments for visual and other sensory disorders, and engineering research to produce better techniques for aid and rehabilitation of the blind and partially sighted.

Get Involved

If you are interested in vision science or want to learn more about low vision and blindness, there are many opportunities to get involved at The Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute.

Contact SKERI

2318 Fillmore Street
San Francisco CA 94115