|About Frank Brady
B. Brady lived with his wife Lou in Annapolis, Maryland. A professional engineer registered in the District of Columbia, he had a broad background in aviation and electronics and had retired as Executive Director of the Institute of Navigation, a Washington, D.C. based technical and scientific society. He was a recognized authority on the subject of aircraft and all-weather landing and was published extensively in that field.
was able to draw both on his technical education and his professional
experience in coping with the problems that come with loss of
vision in one eye.In addition to the book he has served as an
expert witness in cases involving eye-loss.
W. McTigue, M.D., F.A.C.S., who wrote the foreword and served
as medical consultant for this book was a practicing ophthalmologist
in the District of Columbia with a distinguished background
that included: Professor of Ophthalmology at George Washington
University and Chairman of the Department of Ophthalmology at
the Washington Medical Center. He is the author or co-author
of a number of professional papers.
In his introduction, Julius Axlerod, Ph.D., the distinguished Nobel Prize recipient from the National Institute of Health, shares his personal experiences regarding monocular vision.