Frontiers in Vision Science Seminar: David M. Berson PhD

Event Date
June 20, 2019 3:45pm
Health Sciences Learning Center, Room 1345

ABOUT DR. BERSON’S RESEARCH: The nervous system extracts and encodes different features the visual world to accomplish specific tasks. Spotting a familiar face in a crowd requires different information than hitting a fastball or judging the ripeness of fruit from its color. Different “channels” of visual information emerge already at the retinal level and are then routed to distinct visual centers of the brain. We seek to understand how retinal cells and circuits process and filter visual information in specific channels, and how these signals are used by the brain to shape appropriate visual behaviors.

We hope you will join us for this exciting discussion. Please RSVP for the event by emailing Jenny Priebe: