Jack Werner, PhD
Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Science
10 am, Thursday
September 28, 2017
UW Health Sciences, K069
To schedule an appointment please email Dr. Maureen Neitz.
Dr. Werner studies the neurophysiological computations and mechanisms that mediate human vision, particularly changes in color and spatial vision across the life span and in association with retinal and optic nerve disease. His laboratory has developed state-of-the-art methods for imaging the human retina of the living eye at a cellular scale. Dr. Werner received the Jules and Doris Stein Professorship from Research to Prevent Blindness in 2000 and a National Institute of Aging Merit Award in 2001.
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