3 University of Washington Vision & Cognition Group

The University of Washington Vision and Cognition Group consists of 3 research labs led by Geoffrey M. Boynton, Ione Fine, and Scott O. Murray.

Our group currently includes of faculty, post-docs, graduate students, technicians and many undergraduate volunteers with research interests covering a diverse range of topics such as visual perception, attention, deprivation and development using a range of methodologies such as fMRI, MRS, DTI, ERP, psychophysics and computational modeling.


Jason Webster

Name:
Jason Webster

Advisor(s):
Ione Fine
Geoffrey Boynton

Status:
3rd Year Graduate Student

Funding:
Computational Neuroscience Training Grant

Research Interests:
Functional and anatomical organization of the human visual system, experience dependent plasticity in sensory deprivation, perceptual organization, 3D perception

E-mail:
jwebst (at) uw.edu


Publications:

Julian, J. B., Fedorenko, E., Webster, J., & Kanwisher, N. (2012). An algorithmic method for functionally defining regions of interest in the ventral visual pathway. NeuroImage, 60, 2357-2364.

 

Presentations and Posters:

Webster, J., Huber, E., Brewer, A., MacLeod, D., Wandell, B., Wade, A., & Fine, I. (2013). A lack of experience-dependent plasticity in the ventral visual cortex after 12 years of recovered sight. Poster presented at the 2013 International Symposium for Systems Biology & the Brain, Seattle, WA.

Webster, J., Boynton, G. M., & Fine, I. (2012). The neuronal basis of contrast discrimination across individuals. Talk presented at the 2013 University of Washington Department of Psychology Research Festival, Seattle, WA.


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Post-Docs
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Andrew Bock }
Fang Jiang }
Paola Binda }
Maria Pereverzeva }
Zhicheng Lin }

Graduate Students
Bjorn Hubert-Wallander }
Erik P. Runeson }
Jason M. Webster }
Jessica Thomas }
Libby G. Huber }

Alumni
Jeffrey Y. Lin }
Sung Jun Joo }
Zachary R. Ernst }