Dr Elham Azizi is a PhD scholar in Optometry and Vision Sciences at University of Melbourne, Australia. She completed her Bachelor of Optometry at Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Science, Iran in 2005 and then her Master of Optometry at Mashhad University of Medical Sciences, Iran in 2010. As her PhD project, she investigated the efficiency of commercial video games as an attention rehabilitation technique in patients with traumatic brain injury, using eye tracking technologies to record saccadic eye movements in simple and more complicated visual search paradigms. She has extensive experience in programming and experimental design using various eye tracking systems such as Eyelink, SMI, Tobii and Gazepoint. Currently, she is a member of The Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO), Australian College of Optometry and Optometry Victoria.
Eye movements and visual perception and attention, Eye movements in neurologic and psychiatric disorders, binocular vision, brain plasticity, perceptual learning and video game training