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Josselin Gautier

 
Josselin  Gautier

Postdoc : Adaptive Optics ophthalmoscopy

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Josselin Gautier is postdoctoral researcher at the Paris Eye Imaging Unit (INSERM).
 
Since his PhD, Josselin explored human eye movements with optometrists of the Vision and Hearing science department at Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge. He gratefully became mentored by Prof. Harold Bedell, from College of Optometry, University of Houston. Josselin joined a public-private startup with the CD6 laboratory of the Polytechnic University of Catalunya in Barcelona. He was involved in the design of an Eye Vision Analyzer for the automatic measurement of optometric indices in VR setting. In this context, he conducted both exploratory research and applications in the field of eye movements. Josselin supervised a PhD student in optometry, Clara Mestre, now defended. Josselin developed a patient-tested prototype of low-vision binocular assistive device with Biovision of Inria, Nice, France. Josselin completed a postdoctoral fellowship at UC Berkeley, CA, USA on binocular vision and eye movements with Prof. Marty Banks and Austin Roorda. Josselin recently joined the Paris eye group to continue his research with retinal imaging.
 
 
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