School:Vision and Hearing Sciences
Areas of Expertise: Health, social care and medical innovation
Sarah joined the Department of Vision and Hearing Sciences in 2012. She completed both her undergraduate studies and her PhD at Anglia Ruskin. Sarah’s main research interest is improving the detection of abnormal vision development in children using non-standard images.
During her undergraduate studies, Sarah won a Nuffield Undergraduate Research Bursary to do a summer research project entitled Binocular summation for images defined by luminance or contrast within Anglia Vision Research. The project was undertaken under the supervision of Dr Sarah J Waugh and the results were presented at an international conference (VSS) in America in July 2009.
After her undergraduate studies, Sarah was awarded a University Graduate Teaching Assistantship scholarship to undertake her doctoral studies into how a more sensitive test for amblyopia could be designed, under the supervision of Dr Sarah J Waugh, Dr Monika A Formankiewicz and Prof John Siderov.
In the second year of her PhD, Sarah won first prize for a talk given at our Sixth Annual Student Research Conference. Her main research interest is the development of more sensitive tools using non-standard images for improving detection of amblyopia in children.
Lalor, S.J.H., Formankiewicz, M.A. and Waugh, S.J., 2016. Crowding and visual acuity measured in adults using paediatric test letters, pictures and symbols. Vision research, 121, pp.31-38.
S. J. Waugh, S. J. H. Lalor, M. I. Hairol, 2009. Binocular summation for luminance- and contrast-modulated noise stimuli. Journal of Vision, 9(8), 1012.
Sarah J H Lalor, Monika A Formankiewicz, Sarah J Waugh, 2012. Development of contour-interaction and crowding with age. ECVP, Trieste, Italy, August 2018.
Sarah J H Lalor, Monika A Formankiewicz, Sarah J Waugh, 2012. Could contrast-modulated optotypes aid in the detection of amblyopia?. ECVP, Alghero, Italy, September 2012.
Sarah J H Lalor, Monika A Formankiewicz, Sarah J Waugh, 2012. Where should the bars be to produce optimal crowding effects using children's acuity letters, pictures and symbols?. EAOO, April 2012.