Vision Seminar Series

Spring 2022

Spring 2022 seminars will be held both in person in room 101 Goddard Labs, as well as online via Zoom, on alternate Mondays at 12:00pm Eastern Time.


January 31
Jesse Schallek
Department of Ophthalmology
Center for Visual Science
Department of Neuroscience
University of Rochester
“New Views in the Eye: Imaging Single Blood Cell Behavior in the Living Retina”
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February 14
Town Hall on Vision Research Training at Penn
Presenters: Diego Contreras, Joshua Dunaief
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February 28
Lynne Kiorpes
Departments of Neural Science & Psychology
“Neural mechanisms supporting the development of form vision in primates”


March 14
Martina Poletti
Department of Brain & Cognitive Sciences
University of Rochester
“Vision across the foveola: Attention, eye movements and high acuity”
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March 28
Ari Rosenberg
Department of Neuroscience
University of Wisconsin – Madison
“Shared neural circuitry supporting object vision and visuomotor function”
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April 11
David Williams
William G. Allyn Professor of Medical Optics
Director, Center for Visual Science
University of Rochester
“Seeing through the primate retinal ganglion cell mosaic”
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April 25
Kevin Weiner
Department of Psychology
University of California – Berkeley
Tertiary sulci, transcriptomics, and functional gradients in human cortex
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Fall 2021

Fall 2021 seminars were all held virtually via Zoom. Some session recordings are available.


October 11
Drew Jaegle
“Towards General-Purpose Architectures: Perceiver & Perceiver IO”
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November 8
Xin Duan
Department of Ophthalmology
“Trans-Seq: Translating Transcriptomics to Connectomics at Retinotectal Synapse”
This seminar was not recorded


November 22
Jonathan Demb
Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Science
Yale School of Medicine
“Optogenetic studies of interneuron circuits in the retina”
This seminarĀ  was not recorded


December 6
Laurie Bayet
Department of Neuroscience
American University
“Learning from babies: How infants understand the visual and affective world”
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