Frequency Devices is proud to announce that
Christine Livingston, University of Texas
is the winner of the 950 drawing
Christine is an Anatomy and Neuroscience professor whose research is focused on the visual-ocular motor system (eye movement).
Professor Livingston describes her research as follows:
"We are trying to determine the functional role of a ventral thalamic nucleus in vision processing and its contribution to the control of eye movement. In many of these experiments we record simultaneous eye movements and the associated discharge of central neurons."
Frequency Devices instruments are used to reduce noise on the unit recording introduced by eye movement recording equipment.
Please join all of us at Frequency Devices in congratulating professor Livingston on her good fortune and wishing her great success in her research.
Gregory T. Anderson, President
P.S. Visit <http://www.freqdev.com/950ann.html> for a copy of the 950 data sheet.