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Dr. Michael Marmor, Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology at Stanford University, delves into the captivating realm of the human eye in this thought-provoking podcast episode. Focusing on the profound impact of eyes on various facets of human experience, Dr. Marmor shares his insights and expertise on this intriguing topic — particularly in the realm of art.

Dr. Marmor’s research interests cover several areas, including the physiology and pathophysiology of retina and pigment epithelium, electrophysiological retinal and RPE function tests, and newer electroretinographic techniques such as multifocal ERG recording. Additionally, he is interested in the relationship between human vision and art, music, history, literature, and sports…

Tune in now to uncover:

  • How the human eye and the brain are connected. 
  • What the retina is composed of. 
  • Key facts about how the eye perceives and transmits images. 
  • What is at the core of how the eye sees the world.

Whether you’re interested in eye health or the science of art, this conversation promises to captivate and educate. Don’t miss out on this engaging discussion that sheds light on the wonders of the human eye and its significance in shaping our perception of the world around us!

Want to find out more about Michael and his research? Click here to view his Stanford profile, and here to purchase his latest book!

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