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Jay M. Enoch

Affiliations: 
University of California, Berkeley, Berkeley, CA 
Area:
Basic and clinical vision science
Website:
http://vision.berkeley.edu/VSP/content/faculty/facprofiles/enoch.html
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Enoch JM. (2012) William Cain Ruffin, M.D., and some history of the Ruffin family as it pertains to the American Civil War. Hindsight (Saint Louis, Mo.). 43: 10-3
Ropars G, Gorre G, Floch AL, et al. (2012) A depolarizer as a possible precise sunstone for Viking navigation by polarized skylight Proceedings of the Royal Society a: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 468: 671-684
Doble N, Choi SS, Codona JL, et al. (2011) In vivo imaging of the human rod photoreceptor mosaic. Optics Letters. 36: 31-3
Enoch JM. (2010) The elite school; 25 years later! & optometry and its future in India. Hindsight (Saint Louis, Mo.). 41: 79-91
Le Floch A, Ropars G, Enoch J, et al. (2010) The polarization sense in human vision. Vision Research. 50: 2048-54
Enoch JM. (2010) Testifying before the U.S. Congress in behalf of the National Eye Institute, N.I.H., during the early years of its existence. Hindsight (Saint Louis, Mo.). 41: 34-7
Enoch JM. (2009) A Mesolithic (Middle Stone Age!) Spanish artificial eye: please realize this technology is circa 7000-years-old! Hindsight (Saint Louis, Mo.). 40: 47-62
Enoch JM, Lakshminarayanan V. (2009) 75th Anniversary of the Stiles-Crawford Effect(s): a celebratory special symposium, October 23, 2008; Rochester, New York. Hindsight (Saint Louis, Mo.). 40: 3-24
Enoch JM. (2009) Active alignment of vertebrate cone and rod photoreceptor waveguides: Might this serve as a useful fiber-optics model? Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 7428
Enoch JM. (2009) The fascinating early history of optics! Archaeological optics 2009: Our knowledge of the early history of lenses, mirrors, and artificial eyes! Proceedings of Spie - the International Society For Optical Engineering. 7428
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