null Alexandre Reynaud, PhD

Junior Scientist, RI-MUHC, Montreal General Hospital site

Brain Repair and Integrative Neuroscience (BRaIN) Program

Centre for Translational Biology

Assistant Professor, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences, McGill University



vision • binocular vision • amblyopia • brain imaging • computational neuroscience

Research Focus

My research focuses on understanding mechanisms of binocular vision. I am using psychophysics and imaging techniques on normal and clinical populations.

Selected Publications

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  • Beylerian, M.; Hess, R. F.; Matonti, F.; Denis, D.; Chavane, F. & Reynaud, A. (2020), Interocular suppressive interactions in amblyopia depend on spatial frequency, Vision Research 168: 18--28.

  • Reynaud, A. & Hess, R. F. (2019), An unexpected spontaneous motion-in-depth Pulfrich phenomenon in amblyopia, Vision 3(4). 54.

  • Chemla S., Reynaud A., di Volo M., Zerlaut Y., Perrinet L., Destexhe, A. & Chavane F. (2019) Suppressive traveling waves shape representations of illusory motion in primary visual cortex of awake primate. The Journal of Neuroscience 39(22):4282-4298.

  • Sauvan, L.; Stolowy, N.; Denis, D.; Matonti, F.; Chavane, F.; Hess, R. F. & Reynaud, A. (2019) Contribution of short-time occlusion of the amblyopic eye to a passive dichoptic video treatment for amblyopia beyond the critical period. Neural Plasticity, 2019, ID 6208414, 1-12.

  • Reynaud, A. and Hess, R. F. (2017) Interocular contrast difference drives illusory 3D percept. Scientific Reports, 7. 5587.