Sanada Takahisa

J-GLOBAL         Last updated: Apr 13, 2017 at 17:56
 
Avatar
Name
Sanada Takahisa
Affiliation
Kansai Medical University

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2017
 - 
Today
Assistant Professor, Department of physiology (II), Kansai Medical University
 
May 2013
 - 
Mar 2017
Assistant professor, The Graduate University for Advanced Studies (SOKENDAI)
 
Apr 2013
 - 
Mar 2017
Project assistant professor, Division of Sensory and Cognitive Information, National Institute of Physiological Sciences
 
Jul 2007
 - 
Mar 2013
Post-doctoral research associate, Center for Visual Science, University of Rochester
 
Apr 2006
 - 
Jun 2007
Post-doctoral research fellow, Graduate school of Frontier Biosciences, Osaka university
 

Awards & Honors

 
Aug 2013
Poster prize for young researcher, HOUKATSUNO network
 

Published Papers

 
Sanada TM, DeAngelis GC.
J Neurosci.   34(47) 15508-15521   Nov 2014   [Refereed]
Sanada TM, Nguyenkim JD, Deangelis GC
Journal of neurophysiology   107 2109-2122   Apr 2012   [Refereed]
Ninomiya T, Sanada TM, Ohzawa I
Journal of neurophysiology   107 2220-2231   Apr 2012   [Refereed]
Sanada TM, Ohzawa I
Journal of neurophysiology   95 2768-2786   May 2006   [Refereed]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Motion-in-depth selectivity in macaque area MT,
Sanada T. M. and DeAngelis G.C
CVS symposium   Jun 2012   
Representation of motion-in-depth in macaque area MT
Sanada T. M., and DeAngelis G. C.
Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience,   2012   
Linear combination of disparity and velocity gradient cues to 3D surface orientation by macaque MT neurons
Sanada T. M., Nguyenkim J. D., DeAngelis G.C
38th Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience   2008   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Naito foundation: Fellowship
Project Year: Jul 2007 - Jun 2008    Investigator(s): Sanada Takahisa

Misc

 
Asada Yusuke, SANADA Takahisa M., Ohzawa Izumi
IEICE technical report. Neurocomputing   107(542) 227-230   Mar 2008
In spite of fact that visual information in the left and right visual fields are received by separate cortical hemispheres we are able to obtain a completely seamless perception of the world. It is assumed that this is because the visual cortex st...
OHASHI Toshihiko, SANADA Takahisa, KAWAMURA Tomokazu, KIMURA Tatsuhiro, HAYASAKA Yoshiaki, YAMAZAKI Kiyoyuki, OKAMOTO Katsuro
The Bulletin of School of High-Technology for Human Welfare, Tokai University   9 223-226   Mar 2000
Three-dimensional perception is based on binocular vision. When different images are presented to both eye, binocular rivalry occurs. The purpose of this study is to investigate the interaction of the 3D-stereovision and the visual conflict caused...
OHASHI Toshihiko, SANADA Takahisa, KAWAMURA Tomokazu, HAYASAKA Yoshiaki, KIMURA Tatsuhiro, YAMAZAKI Kiyoyuki, OKAMOTO Katsuro
The Japanese Journal of Ergonomics   35 232-233   May 1999