Guest: Dr. James Stringham
Presenter: Neal Howard
Guest Bio: Dr. Stringham earned his doctoral degree in experimental psychology from the University of New Hampshire in 2003. During postdoctoral appointments at the Schepens Eye Research Institute at Harvard Medical School and the Medical College of Georgia, he conducted research on ocular lutein, age‐related macular degeneration, the effects of intense light on visual performance, and plasticity of the visual system. Dr. Stringham then took a position as a visiting assistant professor at the University of Georgia, where he continued and extended a research program involving lutein and many facets of visual performance. In 2007, he became a senior vision scientist in the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL). Currently he is a research scientist at the University of Georgia.
Segment overview: Dr. James Stringham, discusses “blue light” and a condition called Computer Vision Syndrome and how reducing the effects of blue light signiﬁcantly improve visual performance and overall eye health.
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