Research Interests of Current Mentors:
|John Brabyn, Ph.D.
Low vision and blindness rehabilitation, sensory impairment, assistive technology.
|Arvind Chandna, MD. DO. FRCS. FRCOphth
Childhood vision disorders, particularly normal and abnormal visual development and oculomotor control in strabismus, amblyopia and cerebral visual impairment.
|James Coughlan, Ph.D.
Applications of computer vision and sensor technologies for people who are blind or visually impaired.
|Don Fletcher, M.D.
Low vision rehabilitation, correlation of macular pathology to functional performance, macular perimetry, reading, and adaptive skill training.
|Bill Good, M.D.
Abnormal visual development in infants and children.
|Steve Heinen, Ph.D.
Attentive and inattentive control of smooth, fixational and binocular eye movements using stimuli inspired by natural objects.
|Chuan Hou, M.D., Ph.D.
EEG source imaging and psychophysical studies of interocular suppression and attention, temporal dynamics of visual processing in amblyopia and strabismus.
| Lora Likova, Ph.D.
Multimodal brain imaging of brain plasticity, learning, memory, and navigation in the blind and sighted, with particular emphasis on crossmodal brain reorganization and neurorehabilitation.
|Natela Shanidze, Ph.D.
Visual/vestibular interaction, eye and head movements in normal vision and central field loss.
|Santani Teng, Ph.D.
Cross-sensory spatial and object perception, braille, echolocation, and mobility in blind and sighted persons, investigated with psychophysical, neuroimaging (fMRI, M/EEG), and engineering approaches.
|Christopher Tyler, Ph.D., D.Sc.
Brain imaging, electrophysiological, and psychophysical studies of 3D vision, long-range interactions, and temporal processing dynamics in brain trauma and visual disorders.
|Preeti Verghese, Ph.D.
Spatial vision, stereopsis, attention, and eye movements in normal vision and in individuals with central field loss, using psychophyics and source-imaged EEG