Department of Neuroscience, Psychology and Behaviour

Current projects

Current research projects within the group include:

  • Use of Optical Coherence Tomography (Gottlob). Funded by the Ulverscroft Foundation.
  • Can handheld optical coherence tomography (Gottlob). Funded by the National Eye Research Centre.
  • Concurrent visual impairment and dementia (Hutchinson, Paterson). Funded by The Alzheimer’s Society.
  • Pioneering a New Method for Investigating the Neural Correlates of Ageing Effects during Natural Reading (Paterson). Funded by the ESRC.
  • The role of glasses wearing in amblyopia treatment (Proudlock). Funded by Action Medical Research.
  • Learning to write with the eyes: Solving the Midas touch problem (Souto). Funded by the British Academy.
  • Predicting future vision in infants and young children with nystagmus using optical coherence tomography and eye movement recordings (Thomas). Funded by Fight for Sight.
  • Nonsense suppression therapy for infantile nystagmus – a pilot study (Thomas). Funded by the Academy of Medical Sciences.
  • Revealing the implications of reading strategy for reading behaviour and comprehension (White). Funded by the ESRC.
  • Early Recognition of Raised Intracranial Pressure in Craniosynostosis using Hand. NIHR Fellowship held by Dr Sohaib Rufai.
  • Development of pediatric normative database (Proudlock). Funded by MRC-CiC – LD3.
  • Application of Artificial Intelligence in Paediatric Ophthalmology (Thomas). Funded by MRC-CiC – LD3.

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