Dr Stuart Judge
Dr Judge is Emeritus Reader in Physiology, University of Oxford. After studying Physics and Mathematics at the University of Keele he undertook Voluntary Service Overseas in the Philippines 1969-71, teaching Mathematics and Physics at Mindanao State University. He obtained his doctorate in Neuroscience in 1976 at the University of Keele, supervised by Prof. D.M. MacKay, and then held postdoctoral positions at the US National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, Maryland and the University of Oxford. Current research interests are in the neuroscience of vision, eye movement and accommodation of the eyes, and within that field, myopia and eye growth, the mechanism of accommodation, and the cause of presbyopia.
Dr Judge has spoken at various science-religion Summer Schools on bioethics, Neuroscience, the Christian view of human nature and Miracles. He is a member of Christians in Science.