WATANABE Masami

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Name
WATANABE Masami
Affiliation
Institute for Developmental Research, Aichi Human Service Center
Section
Department of Perinatology
Job title
Senior Research Scientist
Degree
Ph.D.

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 1975
 - 
Aug 1983
Assistant of Department of Anatomy,
 
 
   
 
Osaka University Medical School
 
Aug 1983
 - 
Mar 1988
Assistant Professor of Department of
 
 
   
 
Anatomy, Osaka University
 
 
   
 
Medical School
 

Education

 
 
   
 
Kyoto University Graduate School
 
 
   
 
Kyoto University
 

Misc

 
Activation of the isthmo-optic neurons by the visual Wulst stimulation.
Brain Res.   406:322-325    1987
An Electron microscopic analysis of the optic nerve of the eastern chipmunk (Tamias sibiricus asiaticus) : total fiber count and retinotopic organization
Vision Res.   27:1891-1901    1987
Axonal regeneration of retinal ganglion cells in the cat geniculocortical pathway
Brain. Res.   560:330-333    1991
Cultures of neurons on a micro-electrode array and controls of their axon growth in Hybrid Retinal Implant
In (CD-ROM): 1999 IJCNN’99 Proceeding 1999 International Joint Conference on Neural Networks, Washington, DC July 10-16, 1999IEEE. Catalog Number: 99CH36339C,   ISBN: 0-7803-5532-6    1999
Cytoarchitecture and ultrastructure of the avian ectostriatum: Afferent terminals from the dorsal telencephalon and some nuclei in the thalamus
J. Comp. Neurol.   236:241-257    1985

Books etc

 
A Computational study on an electrode array in a hybrid retinal implant
Proc. of 1998 IEEE International Joint Conf. on Neural Networks (IJCNN'98)   1998   
Anatomy of the Avian Thalamofugal Pathway. In H.P. Zeigler and H.-J. Bischof Eds, Vision, Brain, and Behavior in Birds
Proceedings of Bird Vision and Cognition, September 1989, Bielefeld, West Germany), MIT Press   1993   
The Origin of Parallel Visual Pathways. In: R. Shapley and D. Lam (Eds.), Contrast Sensitivity
From Receptors to Clinic, MIT Press   1993   
Which types of retinal ganglion cell axons regenerate and transmit visual information in adult cats? In:J.Kimura and H. Shibasaki(Eds):Recent Advances in Clinical Neurophysiology,Excerpta Medica Elsevier
International Congress series.   1996   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Using autologous transplantation of peripheral nerves, retinal ganglion cells regenerate their transected axons into the graft and make synaptic contacts with central neurons. With this method we facilitate reconstruction of visual function in anim・・・
Using autologous transplantation of peripheral nerves,
retinal ganglion cells regenerate their transected axons
into the graft and make synaptic contacts with central
neurons. With this method we facilitate reconstruction of
visual function in...