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ProfessorAssistant Professor of OphthalmologyAssistant Professor of NeurologyOffice: R720Phone: (601) 984-1662Lab: R717; Phone: (601) 984-2646Fax: (601) 984-1655E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The general experimental theme of the laboratory is the study of gaze control utilizing anatomical and, in some cases, physiological methods. Dual input-output labeling techniques have been pioneered in this laboratory to support this investigation on the light and electron microscopic level. Students joining the lab can take advantage of opportunities to learn: neuroanatomical tracer techniques, immunohistochemistry, sterile surgery, electron microscopy and post-embedding immunohistochemical localization. There are ongoing investigations in a number of areas concerning gaze control:
The PI is trained to teach in all components of the Neurobiology and Anatomical Sciences curriculum. Current teaching responsibilities are chiefly in Medical Histology. The PI has been the thesis adviser for several PhD candidates and one MS candidate.
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