VisionScienceList: Special Animal EP Issue Of Doc. Ophthalmol. - Call For Papers.
Sun, 16 May 1999 21:48:05 +1000
Last May The International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of
Vision (ISCEV) voted to take responsibility for the total content of
Documenta Ophthalmologica, which now becomes the exclusive bimonthly
organ of the society.
To celebrate having their own journal, ISCEV has planned several special
issues. The first will recognise the unique importance of visual evoked
potential testing in animal research and veterinary practice. It will be
guest edited by Vaegan who can be contacted for queries and manuscript
submissions at the adressess and contact points below.
ISCEV also issues a general call for papers, covering any aspect of
evoked potentials in vision or related topics. Submissions will be
welcomed from any vision scientist, even if not a member of the society.
They can be sent to the regular editor, Dr Vernon Odom whose contact
points are also listed below.
| Vaegan | Work Phone : +61 2 9231-1833
| Manager Visiontest Australia | Work FAX: +61 2 9232-3086
| Unit 5, 5th Floor, | Email : email@example.com
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J. Vernon Odom, Ph.D.
Mail: Department of Ophthalmology
Robert C. Byrd Health Sciences Center
West Virginia University
P.O. Box 9193
Morgantown, WV 26506-9193
Work Telephone: +1 304 293 3757 Beeper: 0496
FAX: +1 304 293 7139
The International Society for Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision
(ISCEV) homepage is at
ISCEV's Millennial Symposium will be in the southern hemisphere Feb
Take a look at http://www.iscev2000.unsw.edu.au/iscev/