The research and training activities of the Vision & Aging Lab include 1.) the study of the neural and optical mechanisms
underlying age-related visual change, 2.) the impact of visual change
on the lives of aging persons, and 3.) the relationships between visual
health, eye surgery, and well-being. The Lab part of the
Departments of Psychology (PACE Program) and Surgery (Ophthalmology), and is associated with the Lions
Sight Centre in School of Medicine.
The links in the navigation menu to the left
will provide access to a growing list of tutorials on
vision science, as well as to information about the research and training
activities in our Lab.
deep appreciation is extended to my student colleagues whose skill, creativity, and dedicated effort made possible the tutorials that appear
on this site:
Lisa Bergerman, Eliana Coldham, Kevin Connolly, Vanessa Cooney, Russ Fee, Rae Kokotailo,
Lisa Lynk, Monica De Maria, Manpreet Rai, Marcela Salamanca, Janess Shorten, and
Brian Wagner. Their goodwill, friendship, and inspired
commitment to this project and to the students who will
follow them, made this a deeply rewarding shared "voyage
hope that you find your visit to be a positive experience. Any suggestions for enhancing this site are welcomed.