DeYoe Lab for Neuroscience Research
The DeYoe lab is dedicated to the study of brain function, emphasizing the neurophysiology of vision and brain-related visual pathologies.
Current research projects are aimed at using state-of-the-art medical imaging techniques, such as functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), to identify and map vision-related areas of the human brain and to understand their specific contributions to the experience of vision. More generally, we use the visual system as a model of brain function in order to understand how sensory experience occurs, how it is controlled by the viewer, and how it is disrupted by brain damage.
Our work is supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health of the United States government and by the environment and facilities of the Medical College of Wisconsin.
This web site is intended to acquaint you with us and our work, and to stimulate the interchange of scientific ideas and technology. Among other things, the site includes information about the lab members, publications, training opportunities and available software.
Please contact us if you have any inquiries or comments concerning the lab or information in this web site.
14th Annual Optical Society of America Vision Meeting (OSA Fall Vision), October 10-12, 2014, Houston, TX
Society for Neuroscience (SFN), November 15-19, 2014, Washington, DC
Radiological Society of North America (RSNA), November 30 - December 5, 2014, Chicago, IL