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Edgar (Ted) A. DeYoe, PhD

Medical College of Wisconsin

Department of Radiology
Medical College of Wisconsin
8701 Watertown Plank Rd.
Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53018
United States

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DeYoe Vision Lab
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Vision, Brain, Neuroimaging, Human, Cortex

Research in the DeYoe lab is targeted at understanding the neurophysiological basis of normal sensory perception and brain-related sensory pathology with over 40 scientific articles and book chapters published on this topic. Their approach is to use functional neuroimaging (fMRI), psychophysics and computational modeling to provide an integrated understanding of the relationship between brain function and perception. Currently, Dr. DeYoe’s research is concentrated in two areas: (1) Using fMRI to identify and map the functional organization of vision- and attention-related systems in the human cerebral cortex, and (2) Creation and clinical validation of fMRI-based tools for the assessment of brain-related functional impairment occurring as the result of cerebral pathology or invasive clinical treatment. Thus, an important focus of the lab is translational research aimed at converting basic science discoveries into clinically useful tools.

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