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  1. Seminar: Molecular Organization of the First Visual Synapse

    Kirill Martemyanov, Associate Professor at the Scripps Institute will be delivering a seminar on Molecular Organization of the First Visual Synapse, on Wednesday, February 10th at 12pm in the Moran Eye Center auditorium. Abstract: Signaling in the retina plays an essential role in our vision. Light is detected by rod and cone photoreceptors that convert it to […]

    Jan 11, 2016 — Read more No Comments
  2. A Synaptic Basis for Small World Network Design in the ON Inner Plexiform Layer of the Rabbit Retina

    This abstract was presented today at the 2014 Association for Research in Vision and Opthalmology (ARVO) meetings in Orlando, Florida by J Scott Lauritzen, Noah T. Nelson, Crystal L. Sigulinsky, Nathan Sherbotie, John Hoang, Rebecca L. Pfeiffer, James R. Anderson, Carl B. Watt, Bryan W. Jones and Robert E. Marc. Purpose: Converging evidence suggests that large- and intermediate-scale neural networks throughout the nervous system exhibit small world’ […]

    May 6, 2014 — Read more No Comments
  3. Seminar: Beth Stevens, To Prune Or Not To Prune? Mechanisms That Control Microglia-Mediated Synaptic Pruning During Development

    The University of Utah Program in Neuroscience presents Dr. Beth Stevens who will deliver a seminar in the Eccles Institute of Human Genetics auditorium, Tuesday April 15th, 2013 at 4:00pm.  Dr. Stevens will discuss “Mechanisms that control microglia-mediated synaptic pruning during development”. Faculty host is Karen Wilcox.  Questions: Contact Tracy Marble at 801 581-4820.

    Apr 2, 2014 — Read more No Comments
  4. Sparse Network Principles of GABAergic Amacrine Cell Heterocellular Coupling

    This abstract was presented today at the Association for Research in Vision and Opthalmology (ARVO) meetings in Seattle, Washington by Crystal L. Sigulinsky, J. Scott Lauritzen, John V. Hoang, Carl B. Watt, Bryan W. Jones, James R. Anderson, Shoeb Mohammed and Robert E. Marc.

    May 6, 2013 — Read more No Comments