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Professor Andrew Parker is delivering the Physiological Society’s G L Brown Prize Lectures, a series set up to promote interest in the experimental aspects of physiology.

Andrew's lecture series on stereo vision has already taken him around the UK, including London, Cardiff, and Sheffield. He will be speaking at Oxford University on 23 November 2018. The talk is entitled "Seeing depth with two eyes: the binocular physiology of 3D space."

Andrew talks about his lecture series in two posts made on The Physiological Society's Blog: Part I and Part II

Andrew's research explores many aspects of spatial vision and the neuronal mechanisms of perceptual decisions, but especially concentrates on the neurophysiology and neuro-imaging of stereoscopic vision.

More information is available here

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