Visual neuroscientist and Royal Society research fellow Dr Betina Ip (University of Oxford) will explain how our ability to see using two eyes provides a window into human brain plasticity. Normal binocular vision requires normal binocular experience in childhood. If this does not occur, a condition called 'lazy eye', or amblyopia develops that impacts the visual brain.
Dr Ip will talk about new research that combines virtual reality and neuroimaging, designed to understand the brain plasticity underlying gains in binocular vision in adulthood.
Attending the event
This talk will be held in the Kohn Centre on Friday 7 July 2023, 3.30pm — 3.50pm.
- Free to attend
- In person only
- No registration required
- Suitable for everyone
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- Food and drink will be available for purchase at our onsite café
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