The International Color Vision Society (ICVS) is a universal gathering of physiologists, therapists, physicists, geneticists, optometrists, ophthalmologists and visual researchers who have an exploration enthusiasm for the numerous parts of shading vision and shading vision inadequacies. The Society started its presence as the International Research Group for Color Vision Deficiencies (IRGCVD), and was brought about by a gathering of clinicians and visual researchers amid the AIC Congress held in Stockholm in 1969. Its first formal meeting, in Ghent in 1971, was given to procured inadequacies of shading vision.
In its initial years, the pillar of the IRGCVD was the Belgian ophthalmologist Guy Verriest (1927-1988), who went about as both Secretary and Editor. In 1991, an extraordinary recompense was gave by the Society to respect long haul commitments to the field of shading vision in his name to perceive his commitment to the Society. The IRGCVD changed its name to the International Color Vision Society in 1997, to perceive that presentations on the fundamental systems of shading vision were progressively noticeable at the biennial gatherings.
Governing body: John Barbur (England), Qasim Zaidi (USA), Ken Knoblauch (France), Barry Lee (USA), John Mollon (England), Sérgio Nascimento (Portugal), Jay Neitz (USA), Steven K. Shevell (USA), Hannah Smithson (England), Jack Werner (USA).Read More»