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Former Members

Former Graduate Students

Jennifer Hunter, Physics/Vision Science, Image Quality in Ocular Development and Fundus Imaging, Ph. D. 2001-2006

Jennifer Hunter, Physics, Optical Analysis of New Methods for Presbyopia Correction. M.Sc. 1999-2001

David Priest, Physics, The Development of an Average, Anatomically Based, Young Adult, Grin Eye Model. M. Sc. 1996-2004

David Tompa, Systems Design Engineering, Realtime CSLO imaging, 1999-2001

Kerstin Muth, Vision Science, The Effect of Entrance Beam Diameter and Position Within the Pupil on the Image Quality of a Confocal Scanning Laser Ophthalmoscope. M. Sc. 1993-1998

Patricia Piers, Physics/Vision Science: Modelling the optics of the eye 1995-1997

Chengwu Cui, Vision Science: Aberrations on the fovea, 1992-1996

Austin Roorda, Vision Science/Physics: Reflections from the retina, (Graduated, 1996, Distinguished Achievement in Graduate Studies, nominated for NSERC Gold Medal). 1993-1996

Jason Hinek, Physics: Modelling light reflected from the photoreceptors of the eye. 1994-1995

Peiliang Zheng, Vision Science: Psychophysical assessment of the image quality of contact lenses. 1992-1995

Li Bing, Vision Science: The influence of the pupil on retinal image quality. 1992-1995

Mike Moroney, Physics: The effect of the gradient of the index of refraction of the crystalline lens on phakometric calculations. 1992-1994.

Mary Elliott, Vision Science: The contribution of the crystalline lens to residual astigmatism. 1991-1993.

Margaret Thomas, Vision Science: Correlating changes in retinal vessel diameter and electrophysiological changes in retinal function during altered perfusion pressure. 1990

Pierre Simonet, Vision Science: The transverse chromatic aberration of the human eye. 1987-1990.

Former Staff and Co-op Students

M.J. Mahdi, Co-op Research Assistant, 2013

Olivia Stanley, Co-op Research Assistant, 2012

Tingting Ren, 2007-2009

Aden Seaman, Research Assistant, 2006-2008

Liam Epps, Research Assistant, 2004-2008

Azadeh Faylienejad, 2006-2007

Now Recruiting!

Campbell's lab has postdoctoral and graduate positions available. Visit our research and recruitment pages and contact Dr. Campbell for more information.