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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
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