Our laboratory investigates the mechanisms of the visual system. Using the mouse retina as a model system, we examine neural networks, synaptic connections, receptors, and voltage-gated channels and how they contribute to visual signal processing. The laboratory employs state-of-the-art technologies, including semi-automated patch clamp recordings, two-photon calcium imaging, multiple electrode array, immunohistochemistry, and behavioral studies. 


Are you interested in vision research and neuroscience?

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Contact Address: Phone: 313-577-0837 (lab), PI: Tomomi Ichinose

Lab Location: Scott Hall Room 8314, 540 E. Canfield, Detroit, MI48201 

Recent News

Angela Shehu is admitted to the Central Michigan University Medical School !! Hooray!

Our mouse behavioral paper was selected as Featured Research in eNeuro    Article

Jeremy Bohl won a prize at the Kresge Eye Institute Vision Workshop  PHOTO

Dr. Ichinose became a member of the NIH_BDE study section  

A new paper was published in Cell Reports.  School news. 




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