BSc (1st Hons, UCL), PhD (UCL)
My research focuses on visual perception and visuomotor control. I use psychophysical and functional neuroimaging techniques to investigate visual processing, in particular binocular integration, in the dorsal and ventral visual systems.
I received a BSc in Psychology with Cognitive Science (1st Class Honours) and a PhD in Psychology from University College London, under the supervision of John Wattam-Bell at the Visual Development Unit and Kate Jeffery at the Institute of Behavioural Neuroscience. I did my postdoctoral training in functional neuroimaging here in Oxford in the laboratories of Andrew Parker at DPAG and Holly Bridge at FMRIB. In 2011 I was appointed as a Departmental Lecturer and I have since been the convenor for the Core Practicals course.
The visual development of hand-centered receptive fields in a neural network model of the primate visual system trained with experimentally recorded human gaze changes.
Galeazzi JM. et al, (2016), Network, 27, 29 - 51
The Development of Hand-Centered Visual Representations in the Primate Brain: A Computer Modeling Study Using Natural Visual Scenes.
Galeazzi JM. et al, (2015), Front Comput Neurosci, 9
Responses to interocular disparity correlation in the human cerebral cortex.
Ip IB. et al, (2014), Ophthalmic Physiol Opt, 34, 186 - 198
Structural and functional changes across the visual cortex of a patient with visual form agnosia.
Bridge H. et al, (2013), J Neurosci, 33, 12779 - 12791
A self-organizing model of the visual development of hand-centred representations.
Galeazzi JM. et al, (2013), PLoS One, 8