Lab News

March 2023

Congrats to Chris on having his new Cerebral Cortex paper "OPA represents visual information about walking, not crawling" published!

February 2023

Congrats to Annie on having her vertical luminance gradient paper accepted to NeuroImage!

October 2022

Congrats to Rebecca on having her new PNAS paper “Language and developmental plasticity after perinatal stroke” published!

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The Dilks Lab focuses on three big questions about human vision:

1. How is the adult visual cortex functionally organized?

2. How does this organization get wired up in development?

3. How does the visual system change in adulthood?

To address these questions, we use a variety of methods, including psychophysics, functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) in typical children, adults, and individuals with developmental disorders or brain damage, as well as transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in typical adults – whatever it takes to answer the question.