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Juyoung Kim

I am a research scientist in Baccus lab. I am studying the function of diverse sets of interneurons in the retina by using two-photon microscopy and electrophysiology. Before joining the Baccus lab, I was studying the optics of nanolaser and device physics during my Ph.D. in Physics from KAIST, Korea.

Current Position: 
Postdoc
Contact Information: 
peterfish.jy@gmail.com

Lane McIntosh

I'm a PhD candidate co-advised by Surya Ganguli. My research focuses on understanding general principles underlying sensory processing, in particular using tools from deep learning and information theory. More information at my website (lanemcintosh.com). M.A. Mathematics, University of Hawaii. B.A. Computational Neuroscience, University of Chicago.

Current Position: 
PhD student, neuroscience
Contact Information: 
lmcintosh@stanford.edu

Mike Menz​​​

I am a Basic Life Research Scientist working in the Baccus lab for more than ten years. I have two ongoing research projects. The first consists of optical recording from a population of inhibitory interneurons known as amacrine cells while simultaneously electrically recording from a population of retinal output cells (ganglion cells). My second project is focused on optimizing and understanding how ultrasonic neurostimulation works by using our in vitro retina animal model.

Current Position: 
Research Associate
Contact Information: 
mdmenz@stanford.edu

Stephen A. Baccus

We study how the circuitry of the retina translates the visual scene into electrical impulses in the optic nerve.

Current Position: 
Associate Professor, Neurobiology
Contact Information: 
baccus@stanford.edu
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