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Boris Rosin, MD, Ph.D.

Dr. Boris Rosin is a dedicated researcher focused on the role of the central nervous system (CNS) in vision disorders. His research targets how visual deprivation impacts the CNS and explores potential reversals of these impairments through tailored rehabilitation techniques. These methods aim to normalize aberrant neural discharges using non-invasive techniques, specific to each visual disorder’s CNS deficits.

Dr. Boris Rosin combines a robust background in software and hardware engineering, electrophysiological recordings from both non-human primates and rodents, and extensive clinical experience. He completed his PhD with significant research at the Hebrew University, followed by a residency in Ophthalmology and two vitreoretinal fellowships focusing on retinal surgery and inherited retinal dystrophies.

His laboratory has developed innovative systems for estimating visual acuity and function, employing tools like magnetic goniometers and maze navigation strategies to assess the functional use of visual information. His work is driven by a commitment to enhancing treatment outcomes for visual disorders, focusing on scientifically grounded methods to improve visual acuity and function.

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