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Young Investigator Award from the Optica Fall Vision Meeting

2nd year Vision Science student Alisa Braun (Tuten Lab) won the Young Investigator Award from the Optica (formerly OSA) Fall Vision Meeting. The award is given to the trainee who gives the best presentation at the meeting. Alisa’s talk was titled “The benefits of naturally moving over stabilized stimuli for acuity increase with longer presentation times.” A list of previous winners (including Professor Tuten) can be found via this link.  Congrats Alisa!  Well done!  Use the link below to watch the presentation, which is at 49:10 of the session titled “Optica Vision and Color Fall Data Blast 19 October.”

Watch the Presentation