[visionlist] Call for Paper | Frontiers in Neuroscience | Research Topic "The Contrast Sensitivity Function: From Laboratory to Clinic"

Fang Hou houfang at gmail.com
Fri Feb 14 11:11:17 -04 2020

Dear all,

Apology for Multiple Posting.

In collaboration with the journal "Frontiers in Neuroscience", we are
bringing together a selected group of international experts to contribute
to an open-access article collection on: The Contrast Sensitivity Function:
>From Laboratory to Clinic

The aim of this Research Topic is to extend the knowledge related to CSF by
assembling a collection of theoretical and clinical oriented research
articles. We welcome Original Research, Review, Mini-Review, Case Report
and Perspective articles related to:
• Empirical studies on spatial and/or temporal CSF.
• Computational models of spatial and/or temporal CSF.
• CSF deficits in clinical populations, including but not limited to
amblyopia, myopia, glaucoma, age-related macular degeneration, diabetic
• Development and applications of new CSF tests.

Guest Editors:
Dr. Fang Hou, School of Ophthalmology and Optometry, Wenzhou Medical
University Wenzhou, China
Dr. Zhong-Lin Lu, New York University New York City, United States
Dr. Peter J Bex, Northeastern University Boston, United States
Dr. Alexandre Reynaud, McGill University Montreal, Canada

The paper submission deadline is 03 November 2020. And the abstract
submission deadline is 03 May 2020. However, submitting an abstract is not
a prerequisite for submitting a manuscript.

Please visit the collection homepage for the full description of the
COI: Dr. Peter Bex and Dr. Zhong-Lin Lu holds shares in Adaptive Sensory
Technology, Inc. and have patents related to the qCSF technology. The other
Topic Editor declare no competing interests with regards to the Research
Topic subject.

I look forward to your response.

Kind Regards,
Fang Hou
Topic Editor,
Perception Science Section, Frontiers in Neuroscience
On behalf of the Topic Editors.
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