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    Brabyn Lab

    My lab is the home for the Rehabilitation Engineering Research Center funded by NIDILRR with additional support from SKERI and other agencies.

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  • Colenbrander lab

    To explore vision-related functioning as it relates to Vision Rehabilitation.


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  • Coughlan Lab

    The goal of our laboratory is to develop and test assistive technology for blind and visually impaired persons that is enabled by computer vision and other sensor technologies.

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  • Description Research and Innovation Lab

    Imagining and building the tools for a more accessible future in education, employment, and entertainment for people with visual disabilities.

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  • Fletcher Lab

    Our research interests include macular function in low vision patients; outcomes of occupational therapy training of low vision patients; and psychology in low vision rehabilitation.

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  • Gilden Lab

    The Gilden Lab conducts research and other activities to acquire new information, create new, devices and develop new strategies to improve the lives of people with low vision or no vision.

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  • Good Lab

    Our laboratory studies the conditions which cause monocular or bilateral blindness in infants and children.

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    Heinen Lab

    Our laboratory studies how visual perception and cognition guide the smooth pursuit eye movement system. The goal of our research is to provide information about basic neural mechanisms that drive this system that will aid in the diagnosis and treatment of vision and eye movement disorders.

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  • Hou Lab

     Our research interests include investigating human visual cortex development and brain plasticity associated with amblyopia (lazy eye) and strabismus (misaligned eyes).

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    Likova Lab: Brain Plasticity, Learning & Neurorehabilitation

    The main areas of my research are learning and brain plasticity of multimodal sensorimotor processing in the blind and the sighted.

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  • Lott Lab


    Our lab is investigating the visual, motor and cognitive factors that contribute to reading ability in people with early to intermediate age-related macular degeneration.

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  • MacKeben Lab

    Work in this laboratory is devoted to researching facts and developing tools to help the rehabilitation of people with low vision, especially those with macular vision loss.

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