Human visual pathway (including the optic chiasm, tracts, and radiations) revealed by MRI (David A. Paul, University of Rochester School of Medicine)
Krystel Huxlin (right) is pictured with post-doc Berkeley Fahrenthold with eye tracking equipment in their lab at Flaum Eye Institute (J. Adam Fenster, University of Rochester)
José Fernando Zvietcovich Zegarra in the lab of Jannick Rolland (J. Adam Fenster, University of Rochester)
UR student Brenna James plays a virtual reality game in the lab of Duje Tadin in Meliora Hall (J. Adam Fenster, University of Rochester)
University of Rochester campus (J. Adam Fenster, University of Rochester)
A binary mask showing perfused vessels surrounding the fovea of the primate with vessel angle coded by color (Schallek lab)
CVS Mourns the Passing of Mina Chung
I am profoundly sad to report that Mina M. Chung, one of our faculty members in CVS, died tragically in a skiing accident on February 13, 2020 at the age of 51. In addition to being a superlative clinician, she was engaged in a host of research projects in the Center for Visual Science, especially as an early adopter of adaptive optics retinal imaging for the in vivo, microscopic study of many retinal diseases ranging from rod-cone dystrophy to macular telangectasia. Mina's clinical wisdom was extremely valuable to many scientists and engineers in CVS who are interested in translational vision science. We will miss both her keen intellect and her warm smile. Additional information can be found at:
Director, Center for Visual Science
Center for Visual Science
The Center for Visual Science (CVS) is an interdepartmental program that brings together vision scientists at the University of Rochester. We are united by a shared conviction that the visual system can only be understood by the coordinated effort of diverse scientists focusing on different parts of the problem.
The expertise of CVS faculty spans psychophysical, optical, physiological, computational, anatomical, and clinical approaches to visual science. The role of the center is to integrate these approaches into a coordinated research effort. Over 35 participating investigators hold their primary appointments in one of six departments: biomedical engineering, brain and cognitive sciences, the Flaum Eye Institute, neurology, neuroscience, or the Institute of Optics. We are clustered in two main locations--the School of Medicine and Dentistry and Arts, Sciences, and Engineering. Vision research at Rochester falls within five major themes.