Unusual eye defect points to possible breakthrough in brain imaging

It’s one of those research stories in which the story is as good as the research. It involves cutting-edge fMRI, a neuroscientist struggling to use it to directly associate blood responses with neural signals, and a student who aspired to work in the scientist’s lab and had just the rare condition for the job (of calculating the connections, that is).

From the University of Southern California via MedicalXpress: