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We are delighted to announce that the 31st International Pupil Colloquium will be held at Pembroke College, University of Oxford, 13-17th September 2015.

Pupil measurement, response and control in human and non-human species.
Pupil measurement, response and control in human and non-human species.

For over 50 years, Pupil Colloquia have brought together experts from around the world who study pupillary responses in humans and animals. Each meeting includes presentations on external (e.g. light intensity, colour, visual patterns, pain, etc) and internal (e.g. cognitive, arousal, attention, sleep, etc) influences on pupillary responses in normal individuals, as well as human clinical studies of afferent, efferent, and central pupillary pathways. If you study any of these aspects of the pupil, you should plan to attend the 31st Pupil Colloquium.

The meeting will begin with a reception on the evening of Sunday September 13th, 2015, and end with breakfast on Thursday morning, September 17th, 2015.

Meeting presentations will take place on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday. Registration will include a welcoming reception on Sunday evening, lunches and a banquet on Wednesday. We are also planning to visit local attractions including the historic buildings of the University of Oxford.

The meeting will be held at Pembroke College, one of the 38 self-governing and financially independent Oxford Colleges that are related to the central University in a federal system. Founded in 1624, Pembroke was Samuel Johnson’s college, as well as J. R. R. Tolkien’s and Senator J. William Fulbright’s.