Ohki Laboratory aims to elucidate how visual information is processed in the mammalian brain using techniques such as in vivo two-photon calcium imaging and optogenetics.
We are looking for project assistant professors, postdoctoral researchers, and graduate students. (Link)
”Adversarial attacks and defenses using feature-space stochasticity”
Adversarial attacks and defenses using feature-space stochasticity – ScienceDirect
August 3, 2022
“Modular strategy for development of the hierarchical visual network in mice”
July 20, 2022
Miss Matsumoto, an undergraduate student, was awarded Junior Investigator Poster Award at NEURO2022
February 28, 2022
“Response Selectivity of the Lateral Posterior Nucleus Axons Projecting to the Mouse Primary Visual Cortex”
July 29, 2021.
Mr. Nakano, Miss Matsumoto and Miss Go, undergraduate students, were awarded the Junior Researcher Poster Award at the 43rd Japan Neuroscience Meeting.
April 19, 2021
“Chromatic micromaps in primary visual cortex”
October 16, 2020
“Long-Range Interhemispheric Projection Neurons Show Biased Response Properties and Fine-Scale Local Subnetworks in Mouse Visual Cortex.”
(Hagihara et al., 2020, Cerebral Contex)
July 30, 2020
We join the Beyond AI Institute. Our goal is to integrate brain science and AI.
July 29, 2020.
Mr. Nakano, a 4th year undergraduate student, was awarded the Junior Researcher Poster Award at the 43rd Japan Neuroscience Meeting. (Link)
June 1, 2020.
Academic support staff members Uto, Kato and Taki joined our lab.