null Alexandre Reynaud, PhD

Junior Scientist, RI-MUHC , Montreal General Hospital

Brain Repair and Integrative Neuroscience (BRaIN) Program

Centre for Translational Biology



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.