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By January 13, 2023


How Visual Impairment Can Impact the Ways People Correct Movement Error

New Paper: Low Vision Impairs Implicit Sensorimotor Adaptation in Response to Small Errors, But Not Large Errors.

An Audacious Goal

A Collaboration to Cure Blindness with Retinal Cell Transplants.

Celebrating 100 Years of Optometry and Vision Science

The Herbert Wertheim School of Optometry & Vision Science is celebrating its 100th year! Click for a message from Dean John Flanagan.

The Young Vision Scientist Podcast

The Vision Science Program is excited to announce the launch of our student-led podcast, hosted by Reem Almagati!

New Paper From Roorda Lab

New Paper from Roorda Lab researchers Fabio Feroldi and Sanam Mozaffari, et al.

Science at Cal: Dr. Silver’s Lecture

“An Inside Look: UC Berkeley’s Center for the Science of Psychedelics.”


The Vision Science faculty constitute a prestigious group of educators and researchers. Click the arrow to learn more about them, including research interests, contact information and links to lab websites.



About 40 graduate students are currently enrolled in the Vision Science program. Their backgrounds include degrees in psychology, biology, engineering, computer science, or optometry.



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