Welcome to Ohki lab!

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)


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.

February 13, 2020.
New Article
“Natural images are reliably represented by sparse and variable populations of neurons in visual cortex.”
(Press Release)
(Yoshida et al., 2020, Nature Communications)

March 7, 2019
New Article
“Characterisation of nonlinear receptive fields of visual neurons by convolutional neural network.”
(Press Release)
(Ukita et al., 2019, Scientific Reports)


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