Clinical Vision Sciences (VS)

Clinical Vision Sciences

This group’s interests are in the investigation of vision function in disease and development (infancy through old age), including studies involving mechanisms, the development of new assessment techniques, the efficacy of treatment and prevention of vision function deficits, and including the study of visual performance in aging, disease and development.


Join the technical groups of the OSA Vision and Color Technical Division for their Data Blitz Series every Wednesday in July at 12:00 EDT. Each week’s session will feature a series of short talks followed by lots of time for questions and discussion. Register today for the following sessions:

8 July Session: New Findings in Color Perception and its Mechanisms

15 July Session: Advances in Adaptive Optics Retinal Imaging for Understanding Disease​

22 July Session: Recent Advances in Understanding Mechanism, Progression, and Treatment in Myopia

29 July Session: Visual Psychophysics and New Technologies for Understanding Vision

On-Demand Webinars

You can watch any of the following webinar presentations, which were hosted by the OSA Clinical Vision Sciences Technical Group, on-demand.

Jessica Morgan University of PennsylvaniaChair
Emmanuel Alabi ICS LaboratoriesMember
Ivy Krystal Jones Medical College of WisconsinMember
Vasudevan Lakshminarayanan University of WaterlooMember
Robert W Massof Johns Hopkins UniversityMember
Vipender Singh Negi CSIR-CSIOMember

If you are a member of the Clinical Vision Sciences Technical Group and have ideas for activities and initiatives to help engage this community, please share them with the chair, Jessica Morgan.


View OSA Technical Group webinars on-demand at any time or register for any of our upcoming webinars online. Each webinar is an hour long and features a technical presentation on a topic selected by your OSA Technical Groups.

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