Vision Seminar Series

The Spring 2021 seminars will be held online via Crowdcast, on alternate Mondays at 12:00pm Eastern Time.

The Google Chrome browser is recommended to optimize Crowdcast, and two-step registration is required for all sessions. Unless otherwise specified, a recording of each seminar will be available at the session link immediately following the talk.

 

Spring 2021

January 25
Patricia D’Amore
Masschusetts Eye and Ear
“A Novel Role for the Endothelial Glycocalyx in Angiogenesis”
Click here for the seminar recording.  

 

February 8
Thomas Reh
Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine
University of Washington
“Repurposing glia to make neurons: it’s not too late to change their fate”
Click here for the seminar recording.

 

February 22
VRC Modules
Presenters:
David Brainard, Director, Vision Research Center
Geoffrey Aguirre, Scientific Transparency and Image Analysis Module Co-Director
James Gee, Scientific Transparency and Image Analysis Module Co-Director
Claire Mitchell, Imaging and Electrophysiology Module Director
William Beltran, Instrumentation/Electronics Module Director
Gui-Shuang Ying, Biostatistics Module Director
Click here for the seminar recording.
Passcode: yQ9m2x.V

 

March 15
Ruben Coen Cagli
Laboratory for Computational Neuroscience
Albert Einstein College of Medicine
“Probabilistic computation in natural vision”
Click here for the seminar recording.

 

March 29
Martin Banks
School of Optometry
UC Berkeley
“Binocular Vision and Oculomotor Behavior are Adapted
to the Statistics of the Natural Environment”
Click here for the seminar recording.

 

April 12
Steven Shevell
Psychology, Ophthalmology & Visual Science
Institute for Mind and Biology
University of Chicago
“The Neural Representation of Perceived Color”
This talk will not be available after the live broadcast.

 

April 26
Holly Bridge
Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences
Oxford University
“Investigating the pathways underlying residual vision in hemianopia”
Click here for the seminar recording.

 

 

Click here for the Vision Seminar Series archive.