Welcome to the web pages of the St Paul's Oculomotor
Group. Based in the oculomotor labs of Dr Paul C. Knox in the
and the Division of Orthoptics in the University of Liverpool, we have a number of research
projects in which we are investigating the control of eye movement and
visually guided behaviour in health, ageing and disease.
Details of ongoing projects and publications can be found on the appropriate pages. Please
feel free to contact us with comments or questions.
Effect of the
Muller-Lyer illusion on reflexive
and voluntary saccades
the Kanizsa compression illusion on saccades
pursuit and dyslexia
neuroanatomy of oculomotor initiation.
The changing needs of people
with sight loss.
International Meeting Abstracts
Meeting 2006, 30th April-May 4th, Fort Lauderdale, USA
impact of secondary auditory tasks on SITA standard perimetry in glaucoma
patients and healthy controls.
Knox, I.Cunningham and A.C. Fisher
longitudinal study of vergence and anti-saccade performance in children born
P.C. Knox and R.W. I. Cooke
Meeting, Society for Neuroscience, 14th-18th Oct, 2006, Atlanta, USA
Into the void: the effect of
stationary stimuli presented during gaps on fixation and smooth pursuit
initiation P.C. Knox and V. Dwarampudi
Meeting 2007, 6th-10th May 4th, Fort Lauderdale, USA
Spatial localisation in very low
birth weight children. A.R. O'Connor, P.C.
Knox, D. Newsham, V. Wong and D. Clark