More than meets the eye

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Publication Type Journal Article
Department Office of Public Affairs, University Health Care
Creator Sample, Susan
Other Author Nelson, Brad
Title More than meets the eye
Date 2001-09
Description If you depend only upon your eyes, you won't see what's really going on in a research lab-even in the Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, where the focus is on understanding vision. "You don't really see with the eye," said Jennifer S. Lund, Ph.D., professor of ophthalmology at the University's John A. Moran Eye Center. "What we see is actually due to the activity of cells in the cerebral cortex, which are stacked like a three-dimensional mosaic with interplay via the feedforward and feedback relays between many cortical areas.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah Health Sciences Center
Volume 25
Issue 3
First Page 22
Last Page 27
Subject Vision; Molecular Biology; Eye
Subject MESH Molecular Biology; Ophthalmology; Retinal Degeneration; Retinitis Pigmentosa; Cerebral cortex
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Sample, S. <ore Tahn Meets The Eye. Health Sciences Report. 2001. 25(3):22-27
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Date Created 2012-06-13
Date Modified 2021-05-06
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