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Basic and Clinical Ocular Motor and Vestibular Research

Edited by Edited by Janet Rucker (Mount Sinai Medical Center, New York, New York) and David Zee (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland)
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Basic and Clinical Ocular Motor and Vestibular Research

Published: September 2011

Volume 1233

Cutting-edge research aimed at better understanding eye movement control systems.
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This Annals volume presents proceedings of the conference “Basic and Clinic Ocular Motor and Vestibular Research,” held as a tribute to the career of Dr. Richard John Leigh, a world-renowned expert in the neurological control of normal and abnormal eye movements and an exemplary clinician-scientist and mentor, whose work has significantly advanced understanding of eye movement control systems. Scientific meeting sections included platform presentations of the latest research by highly esteemed invited ocular motor and vestibular experts on the following topics: ocular motor periphery; brainstem and superior colliculus control mechanisms; cerebellar control mechanisms; basal ganglia and cerebral hemisphere control mechanisms; vestibular; and nystagmus and multiple sclerosis.

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