The Visual Processing and Eye Movements Journal Club meets at noon on Tuesdays to discuss developments in the fields of vision research, eye movements, eye-hand coordination and applications to clinical populations. It is a joint meeting of the Verghese, Walker and Heinen labs. The scope of topics is broad, so all postdoctoral fellows at the Institute are invited to attend.
Dr. Tony Succar will present the paper, "Dichoptic training improves contrast sensitivity in adults with amblyopia" (Li et al., 2015)
A record of past papers discussed is available.