How The Retina Changes With Age and What You Can Do About It – Dr. Yves Sauvé
In this episode, Ophthalmology and visual science researcher Dr. Yves Sauvé gives an overview of how vision works in the eye and in the brain, highlighting normal and pathological changes in these structures that can alter the visual experience. Dr. Sauvé further describes modifiable lifestyle factors that can influence vision as we age, as well as various related topics that he covers in depth in his book, Feeling the Meaning Of Life.
About the guest:
Dr. Sauvé is a recently retired neurophysiologist from the University of Alberta. He authored 97 peer-reviewed papers on vision, developed and taught sensory physiology courses, headed Clinical Electrophysiology of Vision, directed research in Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, was adjunct professor of Physiology and coordinated the Honours Neuroscience program. He is the author of a book on vision and evolution, entitled “Feeling the meaning of life”, available here.