Legge’s Journey from MIT to the Frontier of Vision Science
Gordon Legge, with experience in both personal and professional aspects of visual impairment, offers distinct perspectives on his path of low vision research in a recent interview by Bionic-Vision.org. His journey from MIT to the University of Minnesota allows him to discuss the evolving trends in vision science, the possibilities and challenges of bionic eye technology, and the hurdles faced by visually impaired individuals pursuing careers in science and what it takes.
Gordon Legge, PhD, Distinguished Mcknight University Professor, director for the Minnesota Labratory for Low-Vision Research, and co-director of CATSS in the Department of Psychology at the University of Minnesota.
Composed by Madison Stromberg, communications assistant.