Welcome to The Laboratory for Visual Neuroplasticity at Massachusetts Eye & Ear and Schepens Eye Research Institute, in affiliation with Harvard Medical School. Our group focuses on the development of assistive technology for the visually impaired and uses a combination of behavioral and neuroimaging techniques to study changes that occur in the brain as a result of ocular and cerebral causes of blindness.
- Rethinking Visual Impairment
- Neuroplasticity in cerebral visual impairment (CVI): Assessing functional vision and the neurophysiological correlates of dorsal stream dysfunction
- The Assessment of Visual Function and Functional Vision
- Perspectives on Cerebral Visual Impairment
- The Role of Binocular Vision in Driving Pseudoneglect in Visual and Haptic Bisection: Evidence From Strabismic and Monocular Blind Individuals
- Real-time Video Projection in an MRI for Characterization of Neural Correlates Associated with Mirror Therapy for Phantom Limb Pain
- Substantial NIH Funding Awarded!
- Conversations on CVI with Prof John Ravenscroft
- CVI Story on NEI: Vision loss in children whose eyesight may be 20/20 requires new diagnostic and teaching strategies
- Perkins eLearning To Go: CVI - where do we go from here?
- The National Eye Institute (NEI) Seeks Input on Strategic Plan
- Special Issue on CVI appearing in Seminars in Pediatric Neurology
- 5th Annual 2019 Perkins CVI Symposium
- At Possibilities Gala, Perkins unveils new initiatives addressing CVI
- Visual Search in CVI: Novel Assessment Using Virtual Reality
- Christopher Bennett, Ph.D., Awarded Research Grant from Knights Templar Eye Foundation