• 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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  • McKee Lab

    The McKee laboratory is dedicated to psychophysical and other non-invasive measurements of normal and amblyopic vision. Our primary interests include normal and abnormal binocular vision, motion processing and contrast sensitivity.

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  • Miele Lab

    This innovative team conducts cutting-edge research into accessibility technology for blind and visually-impaired people of all ages. 

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  • Scott Lab

    Numerous surgical innovations, development of botulinum toxin (Botox®) bupivacaine injection, and electrical stimulation of eye muscles to correct strabismus, all had their origin in this lab at S-K. These projects have been moved to The Strabismus Research Foundation.



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  • Shanidze Lab

    The laboratory is interested in the mechanisms of eye and head coordination and how those mechanisms are altered when vision is compromised.

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    Simon Auditory Lab

    The goal of our laboratory is to examine the auditory abilities of people with various degrees of hearing loss with and without vision loss.

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    Tyler Lab

    Our work centers on human visual neuroscience and computational vision, especially in the areas of stereoscopic depth, form, symmetry, and motion perception in adults, and the development of tests for the diagnosis of eye diseases in infants and adults.

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  • Verghese Lab

    Our laboratory studies the mechanisms of healthy vision and action, as well as the basis of attention and visual adaptation in clinical populations.

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    Walker Lab

    The goal of our laboratory is to build computational, predictive models of voluntary eye movements in both healthy and diseased states.

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