ISHIKANE Hiroshi

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Name
ISHIKANE Hiroshi
Affiliation
Senshu University
Section
School of Human Sciences
Job title
Professor

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2000
 - 
Mar 2005
Research Associate, Department of Psychology, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo
 
Apr 2005
 - 
Mar 2008
Researcher, RIKEN Brain Science Institute
 

Education

 
Apr 1997
 - 
Mar 2000
Psychology, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo
 
Apr 1995
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Mar 1997
Psychology, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, The University of Tokyo
 
 
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Mar 1995
Psychology, Faculty of Letters, The University of Tokyo
 

Published Papers

 
Gangi M,Honda S,Tachibana M
Nature Publishing Group, Nature Neuroscience   8(8) >1087-1095   Jun 2005
Trigger of escape behavior by oscillatory synchronized discharges among retinal ganglion cells in frogs
Honda S, Gangi M, Horiuchi Y, Tachibana M
The Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science   24(1) >107-108   Sep 2005
Pharmacological suppression of oscillatory synchronized discharges in retinal ganglion cells inhibits escape behavior of the frog
Gangi M、Horiuchi Y、Honda S、Tachibana M
The Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science   23 >109-110   Sep 2004
Synchronous oscillations in frog retinal ganglion cells
Gangi M、Tachibana M
The Japanese Journal of Psychonomic Science   21(1) >47-48   Sep 2002
A key role of starburst amacrine cells in originating retinal directional selectivity and optokinetic eye movement
Yoshida Y,Watanabe D,Tachibana M,Pastan I,Nakanishi S
Cell Press, Neuron   (30) >771-780   Jun 2001
Short-and long-range synchronous activities in dimming detectors of the frog retina
Kawana A,Tachibana M
Cambridge University Press Visual Neuroscience   16(6) >1001-1014   Dec 1999
Ca2+-activated K+ current at presynaptic terminals of goldfish retinal bipolar cells
Sakaba T, Tachibana M
Elsevier Neuroscience Research   (27) >219-228   Mar 1997
Analysis of maximum ionic conductances and cell-types in retinal bipolar cells
106(407) >7-12   Dec 2006
Multi-channel Recordings and Analyses
イシカネ ヒロシ
THE BRAIN AND NEURAL NETWORKS   15(3) >203-208   Sep 2008
Neural mechanisms of synchronous oscillations in retinal ganglion cells
Tachibana M, Gangi M, Arai I, Asaka T, Du J
Springer-Verlag The Neural Basis of Early Vision   11 >59-60   Jul 2003
Shiro Usui, Teiichi Furuichi, Hiroyoshi Miyakawa, Hidetoshi Ikeno, Soichi Nagao, Toshio Iijima, Yoshimi Kamiyama, Tadashi Isa, Ryoji Suzuki, Hiroshi Ishikane
Springer Berlin, Lecture Notes in Computer Science   4985(2008) >884-894   Jun 2008
Analysis of maximum ionic conductances and cell-types in retinal bipolar cells
Kamiji, N.L., Ishihara, A., Yamaji K., Usui, S.
IEICE Technical Report   NC2006(72) >7-12   2006
Yonehara K, Sakuta H, Shintani T, Nakamura-Yonehara K, Kamiji N, Usui S, Noda M.
PLoS ONE   4(1) >1-14   Jan 2009
Cell Assembly Encoding of Visual Continuity
イシカネ ヒロシ
The Institute of Humanities Senshu University, The Annual Bulletin of the Humanities   39 >1-18   Mar 2009
Experimental approaches to neural representation formats
イシカネ ヒロシ
Bulletin of Senshu University School of Human Sciences   2(1) >21-25   Mar 2012
Patch-clamp recording techniques
イシカネ ヒロシ
1 >125-137   Mar 2012
Current status and issues in the study of eating disorders using emotional stroop task
Moe Nagahata
Bulletin of Senshu University School of Human Sciences   4(1) >11-20   Mar 2014
Differential cortical responses locate cortical areas related to location of spatial attention: an fNIRS study
Masamitsu Harasawa, Masanori Nambu, Michiteru Kitazaki
TECHNICAL REPORT OF IEICE   112(112) >55-57   Jun 2012
Analyses of the optomotor responses after motion adaptation
JNNS2015   >10-11   Sep 2015
The functional role of S-opsin at axon terminals of S-cones
イシカネ ヒロシ
Bulletin of Senshu University School of Human Sciences   8(1) >31-36   Mar 2018

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Temporal and population coding by visual neurons:How does the flog's eye tell to the frog's brain?
NBNI-2006   Jul 2006   NBNI-2006
Visual information coding by synchronized oscillations
Vision Science Society 6th Annual Meeting   May 2006   Vision Science Society
Functional significance of synchronized oscillations in the visual system
Japan-Germany Symposium on Computational Neuroscience   Feb 2006   Japan-Germany Symposium on Computational Neuroscience
Coding of visual information by oscillatory synchronization
Japanese Physiological Society 82th Annual Meeting   May 2005   Japanese Physiological Society
Oscillatory synchronization in retinal ganglion cells is essential for triggering the escape behavior in frogs
FASEB Summer Research Conference   Jul 2004   FASEB

Research Grants & Projects

 
Research on visual information coding by cell assembly