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Clinical teaching using video games

Clinical teaching using video games

Image: Tina’s video game Dr Tina Gao, a lecturer at SOVS, is developing a video game to teach clinical case analysis skills. This narrative-based video game is akin to a “choose your own adventure” story, where students must navigate through an eye exam from...
Size – in the brain and in the mind’s eye

Size – in the brain and in the mind’s eye

Image: Associate Professor Sam Schwarzkopf On 7 May Associate Professor Sam Schwarzkopf gave a talk entitled “Size – in the brain and in the mind’s eye” via video chat in the Zangwill Club seminar series at the University of Cambridge. Sam...
Recent Publications

Recent Publications

Recent publications by SoVS staff include: Altered visual population receptive fields in human albinism Cortex Ivan Alvarez, Rebecca Smittenaar, Sian E. Handley, Alki Liasis, Martin I. Sereno, D. Samuel Schwarzkopf, Chris A. Clark Sam Schwarzkopf and Ivan Alvarez from...
Teaching – 3D eyes and face

Teaching – 3D eyes and face

Photo: AI face developed by Phil Turnbull Dr Phil Turnbull, Senior Lecturer with SOVS, is working on a virtual patient that can be programmed to have a range of ocular disorders and uses probability models to determine their responses. The patient’s appearance is...