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Jennifer J. Hunter, Ph.D.

Contact Information

Phone Numbers

Appointment: (585) 273-4935

Office: (585) 273-4935

Research Labs

Biography

Research

Dr. Hunter's research interests include mechanisms of light-induced retinal damage and development of non-invasive fluorescence imaging techniques to study retinal function in healthy and diseased eyes.

Credentials

Faculty Appointments

  • Assistant Professor- Department of Biomedical Engineering (SMD)
  • Assistant Professor- Center for Visual Science A&S (RC)
  • Assistant Professor - Department of Ophthalmology (SMD) - Primary
  • Assistant Professor- Department of The Institute of Optics (RC)

Education

1999
BSc | Canada - University of Waterloo
Physics

2001
MSc | Canada - University of Waterloo
Physics

2007
PhD | Canada - University of Waterloo
Physics and Vision Science

Publications

Journal Articles

2/2016
Sharma R, Williams DR, Palczewska G, Palczewski K, Hunter JJ. "Two-Photon Autofluorescence Imaging Reveals Cellular Structures Throughout the Retina of the Living Primate Eye." Investigative ophthalmology & visual science.. 2016 Feb 0; 57(2):632-46.

2/2016
Sharma R, Schwarz C, Williams DR, Palczewska G, Palczewski K, Hunter JJ. "In Vivo Two-Photon Fluorescence Kinetics of Primate Rods and Cones." Investigative ophthalmology & visual science.. 2016 Feb 0; 57(2):647-57.

10/2015
Song H, Rossi EA, Latchney L, Bessette A, Stone E, Hunter JJ, Williams DR, Chung M. "Cone and rod loss in Stargardt disease revealed by adaptive optics scanning light ophthalmoscopy." JAMA ophthalmology.. 2015 Oct 0; 133(10):1198-203.

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