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Mr John Maguire

PositionResearch student
LocationF10, Richmond
DepartmentOptometry and Vision Science
Emailj.maguire@student.bradford.ac.uk

Research Interests (key words only)

Electrophysiology, retina, psychophysics, retinal pathology

Biography

John studied Applied Physics from 1999-2002 and Clinical & Physiological Measurement from 2002-2005 at Dublin Institute of Technology.

He went on to work in a hospital based clinical neurophysiology lab for 8 years. In 2012 he completed a Master’s degree in Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science from Manchester University. He is currently studying to complete a PhD in electrophysiological photoreceptor isolation at the University of Bradford.

Study History

  • 2:2 Degree in Applied Physics, Dublin Institute of Technology 1999-2002
  • 1st Degree in Clinical & Physiological Measurement, Dublin Institute of Technology 1999-2002
  • 1st Master’s Degree in Investigative Ophthalmology and Vision Science from Manchester University 2011-2012

Professional History

Clinical Neurophysiology in Crumlin Children's Hospital Dublin.

Professional Activities

  • Member of the Irish Institute of Clinical Measurement Scientists (IICMS)

Research Areas

Rod vision, photoreceptor isolation, experimental retinal electrophysiology and clinical electrophysiology.

Current Projects

Thesis title

Isolation of the rod response using silent substitution

Research Collaborations

  • Neil Parry, University of Manchester

Publications

  • Declan McKeefry, Jan Kremers, Deepika Kommanapalli, Naveen K. Challa, Ian J. Murray, John Maguire, and Neil R. A. Parry, Incremental and decremental L- and M-cone-driven ERG responses: I. Square-wave pulse stimulation

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