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Sarah Flaherty wins Best Student Presentation at International Colour Vision Society Symposium

last modified Aug 30, 2017 10:54 AM

Sarah Flaherty, a Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour undergraduate, has won a Best Student Presentation award at the biennial meeting of the International Colour Vision Society, held in Erlangen, Germany, August 2017.  The award was for a paper on the measurement of filter widths in feature-based attention.  This work was her third-year project and was supervised by John Mollon and Marina Danilova.  Although only newly graduated, Sarah was in competition with PhD students and postdocs.