Mr John Maguire
|Department||Optometry and Vision Science|
Research Interests (key words only)
Electrophysiology, retina, psychophysics, retinal pathology
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.
- 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
Clinical Neurophysiology in Crumlin Children's Hospital Dublin.
- Member of the Irish Institute of Clinical Measurement Scientists (IICMS)
Rod vision, photoreceptor isolation, experimental retinal electrophysiology and clinical electrophysiology.
Isolation of the rod response using silent substitution
- Neil Parry, University of Manchester
- 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