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Laboratory of Visual and Cognitive Neuroscience
(Ref. BIO-195)
25
mayo
2018
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Información sobre el grupo

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The staff of the Laboratory of Visual and Cognitive Neuroscience consists of three permanent members: Dr. José Manuel Rodríguez Ferrer, professor of the Department of Physiology of the Faculty of Medicine of Granada, Dra. Inmaculada Concepción Domínguez Hidalgo, ophthalmologist of San Cecilio University Hospital of Granada and Dr. José Antonio Sáez Moreno, clinical neurophysiologist of San Cecilio University Hospital of Granada. Graduate, as well postgraduate students are temporarily part of our research team.  

Since 2007, we are studying the retinal and cortical electrophysiological characteristics and attention and visual perception in people with normal and pathological vision. Regarding the latter, the research has specialized in patients with Retinitis Pigmentosa. For these purposes, we have the most advanced technology. 

Based on the results showing the beneficial effects of attention on visual perception, we have designed the Web platform of visual training VISTATRAINING, with the aim of improving the visual perception of people with low vision. The equipment available is:

 

  1. ColorDome Gandfeld Espion
  2. Pattern Stimulator Espion
  3. ERG system Espion
  4. Multifocal ERG/PEV system Diagnosys
  5. ERP system ANT
  6. System of analysis of visual perception and attention
  7. Web for visual training: VistaTraining 

 

With this equipment we do the following techniques: 

  1. Electro-oculogram (EOG)
  2. Electroretinogram flash (ERG)
  3. Pattern electroretinogram (pERG)
  4. Multifocal electroretinogram (mfERG)
  5. Visual evoked potentials (VEP)
  6. Multifocal visual evoked potentials (mfVEP)
  7. Event related potentials (ERP)
  8. Test of perception of eccentricity and contrast of visual stimuli and attention (TEPECA)
  9. Training of visual perception (VistaTraining)

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