The impact of brain injury on vision: what does this teach us about how our minds see?

Professor Gordon Dutton

Wednesday 12 October

Professor Gordon Dutton
Professor of Visual Science, Glasgow Caledonian University

Gordon Dutton is a very well known figure in the field of visual science. As a paediatric ophthalmologist, he has been very involved in patient treatments, especially children with profound visual impairment (CVI). He is Patron and Advisor of the CVI Society and an international authority on the subject of cerebral visual impairments. He has conducted very important research in this area in the UK and with colleagues in other countries, most recently in India. He is in great demand as a speaker internationally on CVI and on visual science more generally.