Daniel Baker wins top Vision Science award

Posted on 13 April 2016

Dr Daniel Baker has been awarded the Marr Medal for his ground-breaking research into the mechanisms of vision.


Dan has been awarded the Applied Vision Association’s David Marr medal for 2016, which recognizes the achievements of an outstanding vision scientist in the early part of his or her research career. The award is named in memory of one of the United Kingdom’s most distinguished vision researchers.

The award is for Dan’s pioneering studies of early mechanisms in human spatial and binocular vision using a broad range of approaches, including experimental psychophysics, computational modelling, electrophysiology and imaging.