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You have reached the website of Annette Werner and the Colour and Visual Psychophysics research group at the Institute for Ophthalmic Research at the University of Tübingen.

Our basic research is concerned with visual pathways in the human brain, especially those for colour vision and night vision.

Current topics include the functional organization of colour processing in the cortex, adaptive mechanisms (colour constancy) and plasticity, the role of colour in guiding hand movements, and cortical functions in rod vision.

In clinical research, we investigate the effects of ageing on visual functions, inherited retinal dysfunctions and visual deficiencies associated with dyslexia.

In an interspecies approach towards understanding the general principles of colour coding, we study colour vision in an invertebrate animal model, namely the honeybee Apis mellifera.

On the following web pages, you will find a brief overview of our laboratory, the research we are currently involved in, as well as examples of publications from previous work on both humans and honeybees.

 

 

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