Moshe Eizenman

Eizenman, Moshe

Moshe Eizenman | Professor
BASc, MASc, PhD (Toronto)

Main Appointments

  • Department of Ophthalmology & Vision Sciences
  • Institute of Biomaterials & Biomedical Engineering

Additional Appointments

  • Affiliate Scientist, Krembil Research Institute, University Health Network (UHN)

Contact Information

Office: Donnelly Centre (DC), 160 College Street, Room 508

+1 416 978-5523 (office) (email)
Vision & Eye Movements Laboratory (web)

Research Themes

Research Areas

  • Biomedical signal processing
  • Eye-trackers
  • Control of eye-movements
  • Physiological markers
  • Vision
  • Neuropsychiatric diseases
  • Visual scanning patterns and visual fields

Research Interests

The basic research theme is the development of novel methods and instrumentation for the non-invasive evaluation of the visual and oculomotor systems in both normal and diseased states. I am particularly interested in developing enabling technologies to measure and analyze eye movements.

The research work in my group is divided into three main themes: a) development of advanced eye-tracking technologies, b) development of methods to analyze visual scanning patterns and c) development of medical instrumentation. The methods and systems that we are developing are used in studies of patients with cognitive impairments, psychiatric disorders or ophthalmological diseases.

Select Publications

Chau, S.A., Chung, J., Herrmann, N., Eizenman, M. & Lanctot, K.L.(2016). Apathy and Attentional Biases in Alzheimer’s Disease. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, 51, 837-846.

Tarita-Nistor, L., Eizenman, M., Landon-Brace, N., Markowitz, S.N., Steinbach, M.J., & Gonzalez, E.G.(2015). Identifying Absolute Preferred Retinal Locations during Binocular Viewing. Optometry & Vision Science, 92(8). 863-872.

Pinhas, L., Fok, K., Chen, A., Lam, E., Schachter, R., Eizenman, O., Grupp, L. & Eizenman, M.(2014). Attentional biases to body shape images in adolescents with anorexia nervosa: An exploratory eye-tracking study. Psychiatry research, 220, 519-526.

Model, D. & Eizenman, M. (2010). An automatic personal calibration procedure for advanced gaze estimation systems. IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Engineering, 57, 1031-1039.

Eizenman, M., Model, D. & Guestrin, E.D. (2009). Covert monitoring of the point-of-gaze. IEEE International Conference, Science and Technology for Humanity, 551-556.

Guestrin, E.D. & Eizenman, M. (2006). General theory of remote gaze estimation using the pupil center and corneal reflections. IEEE Transactions on biomedical engineering, 53, 1124-1133.

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