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Lab Members

Principal Investigator

Krystel Huxlin
Krystel R. Huxlin, Ph.D.
MC
Phone: (585) 275-5495
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Research Interest:

Neural mechanisms of visual recovery after stroke; optical correlates and molecular substrates of corneal wound healing and nerve regeneration; LIRIC

Faculty and Staff

Kye-Im Jeon
Kye-Im Jeon, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Phone: (585) 273-4856
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Research Interest:

Corneal wound healing, corneal nerve regeneration

Matt Cavanaugh Headshot
Matthew Cavanaugh, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
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Research Interest:

Cortical visual impairment (pediatric), stroke-induced blindness, visual assessment, vision restoration therapies

Berkeley Fahrenthold
Research Interest:

Structural and functional consequences of visual cortical damage

Michael Melnick
Research Interest:

Computational models of visual perception after damage

Christine Callan
Christine Callan, B.F.A., L.V.T.
Technical Associate II
Phone: (585) 276-3426
 
Ankita Kumar
Ankita Kumar
Laboratory Technician III
Research Interest:

Role of metabolic plasticity in corneal fibrosis and corneal nerve regeneration, translational science and medicine

Graduate Students

Bryan Redmond
Research Interest:

Integrated neuro-ophthalmology, psychophysics, clinical and translational science research

Jingyi Yang
Research Interest:

Plasticity in the early visual system

Research Assistants

Keerthana Danasekaran
Keerthana Danasekaran
Undergraduate student (Early Medical Scholar)
Research Interest:

Brain imaging, stroke-induced vision loss and plasticity

Neil Dogra
Neil Dogra
Undergraduate student (Early Medical Scholar)
Research Interest:

The impact of brain injury and addiction on circuits, behavior and quality of life, translational science and medicine

Maria Grothe
Maria Grothe
Undergraduate student
Research Interest:

Cellular neuroscience and plasticity, visual perimetry, pediatric cortical visual impairment