Neuroscience & Neurobiology


Professor Marla Feller and her team are interested in the mechanisms that guide the assembly of visual circuits during development.

Current research projects in visual neuroscience include investigations into motion and space perception, signal transducing intermediates in the visual system, natural scene perception and form vision, source localization of evoked potentials, mammalian developmental visual neurobiology, neurophysiological investigations of circuitry in retina and central visual pathways, mechanisms of retinal degeneration, electrophysiology of color vision and spatial vision, control of eye movements, pupil and accommodation, myopia, emmetropization, and eye growth regulation.

Faculty Involved with Neuroscience & Neurobiology