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Dr Gerrit Hilgen
Jenny Kartsaki
Viktoriia Kartysh
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
A novel approach to the functional classification of retinal ganglion cells2022
Dr Maria Georgiou
Alex Chaudhary
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Birthe Hilgen
et al.
Human Retinal Organoids Provide a Suitable Tool for Toxicological Investigations: A Comprehensive Validation Using Drugs and Compounds Affecting the Retina2022
Dr Gerrit Hilgen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Receptive field estimation in large visual neuron assemblies using a super-resolution approach2022
Dr Darin Zerti
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Dr Joseph Collin
Professor Lyle Armstrong
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
et al.
Transplanted pluripotent stem cell‐derived photoreceptor precursors elicit conventional and unusual light responses in mice with advanced retinal degeneration2021
Dr Valeria Chichagova
Dr Gerrit Hilgen
Dr Ali Ghareeb
Madeleine Carter
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
et al.
Human iPSC differentiation to retinal organoids in response to IGF1 and BMP4 activation is line‐ and method‐dependent2020
Dr Maria Georgiou
Dr Valeria Chichagova
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Professor Lyle Armstrong
et al.
Room temperature shipment does not affect the biological activity of pluripotent stem cell-derived retinal organoids2020
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Darin Zerti
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Roman Bauer
Dr Jonathan Coxhead
et al.
CRX Expression in Pluripotent Stem Cell‐Derived Photoreceptors Marks a Transplantable Subpopulation of Early Cones2019
Majed Felemban
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Dr Darin Zerti
Dr Nicola Hunt
Dr Dean Hallam
et al.
Decellularised extracellular matrix-derived peptides from neural retina and retinal pigment epithelium enhance the expression of synaptic markers and light responsiveness of human pluripotent stem cell derived retinal organoids2019
Dr Carla Jackson
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Rachel Queen
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Dr Darin Zerti
et al.
Systematic Comparison of Retinal Organoid Differentiation from Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Reveals Stage Specific, Cell Line, and Methodological Differences2019
Dr Walid Al-Atabany
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Professor Patrick Degenaar
A Head Mounted Device Stimulator for Optogenetic Retinal Prosthesis2018
Dr Adriana Buskin
Dr Lili Zhu
Dr Valeria Chichagova
Dr David Dolan
Dr Joseph Collin
et al.
Disrupted alternative splicing for genes implicated in splicing and ciliogenesis causes PRPF31 retinitis pigmentosa2018
Dr Dean Hallam
Dr Birthe Hilgen
Dr Lili Zhu
Dr Min Yu
Dr Sanja Bojic
et al.
Human induced pluripotent stem cells generate light responsive retinal organoids with variable and nutrient dependent efficiency2018
Dr Gerrit Hilgen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Non-parametric physiological classification of retinal ganglion cells in the mouse retina2018
Dr Gerrit Hilgen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Automatic segmentation of neurons from fluorescent microscopy imaging2017
Cyril Eleftheriou
Dr Henrik Kjeldsen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Carbon nanotube electrodes for retinal implants: A study of structural and functional integration over time2017
Dr Gerrit Hilgen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Pan-retinal characterisation of Light Responses from Ganglion Cells in the Developing Mouse Retina2017
Dr Gerrit Hilgen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Segmentation of retinal ganglion cells from fluorescent microscopy imaging2017
Dr Gerrit Hilgen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Unsupervised Spike Sorting for Large-Scale, High-Density Multielectrode Arrays2017
John Barrett
Dr Gerrit Hilgen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Dampening Spontaneous Activity Improves the Light Sensitivity and Spatial Acuity of Optogenetic Retinal Prosthetic Responses2016
John Barrett
Dr Gerrit Hilgen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Rank Order Coding: a Retinal Information Decoding Strategy Revealed by Large-Scale Multielectrode Array Retinal Recordings2016
Dr Gerrit Hilgen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
A super-resolution approach for receptive fields estimation of neuronal ensembles2015
John Barrett
Professor Patrick Degenaar
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Blockade of pathological retinal ganglion cell hyperactivity improves optogenetically evoked light responses in rd1 mice2015
Dr Carla Jackson
Joseph Collin
Mahmoud Khazim
Dr Kathryn White
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
et al.
IGF-1 Signaling Plays an Important Role in the Formation of Three-Dimensional Laminated Neural Retina and Other Ocular Structures From Human Embryonic Stem Cells2015
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Spike Detection for Large Neural Populations Using High Density Multielectrode Arrays2015
Dr Jennifer Simonotto
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
A data repository and analysis framework for spontaneous neural activity recordings in developing retina2014
Dr Saba Habibollah
Dr Katarzyna Tilgner
Dr Joseph Collin
Dr Tomas Barta
Raf Hussain
et al.
An Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell Model of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS) Reveals Multiple Expression and Functional Differences in HLHS-Derived Cardiac Myocytes2014
James Van Coppenhagen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Following the ontogeny of retinal waves: pan-retinal recordings of population dynamics in the neonatal mouse2014
Dr Carla Jackson
Dr Joseph Collin
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Nicholas Wride
Professor David Steel
et al.
Lab generated retina: Realizing the dream2014
Cyril Eleftheriou
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Semiconductor Nanorod-Carbon Nanotube Biomimetic Films for Wire-Free Photostimulation of Blind Retinas2014
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Treatment strategies for retinal dystrophies2014
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Sensing and actuating electrophysiological activity on brain tissue and neuronal cultures with a high-density CMOS-MEA2013
Dr Carla Jackson
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Professor David Steel
Professor Majlinda Lako
Efficient Stage-Specific Differentiation of Human Pluripotent Stem Cells Toward Retinal Photoreceptor Cells2012
Francois Chabrol
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
GABAergic control of retinal ganglion cell dendritic development2012
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Refuting the challenges of the developmental shift of polarity of GABA actions: GABA more exciting than ever!2012
Dr John Grady
James Van Coppenhagen
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Age-dependent homeostatic plasticity of GABAergic signaling in developing retinal networks2011
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Flexible, all-polymer microelectrode arrays for the capture of cardiac and neuronal signals2011
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
GABAergic Circuit Development and Its Implication for CNS Disorders2011
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Anatomical changes in the primary visual cortex of the congenitally blind Crx−/− mouse2010
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Francois Chabrol
GABAergic control of neurite outgrowth and remodeling during development and adult neurogenesis: general rules and differences in diverse systems2010
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
iRaster: A novel information visualization tool to explore spatiotemporal patterns in multiple spike trains2010
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
iRaster: A novel information visualization tool to explore spatiotemporal patterns in multiple spike trains2010
Dr Christopher Adams
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Carbon nanotube electrodes for effective interfacing with retinal tissue2009
Dr Christopher Adams
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Early-Stage Waves in the Retinal Network Emerge Close to a Critical State Transition between Local and Global Functional Connectivity2009
Francois Chabrol
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
GABAergic control of retinal ganglion cell dendritic growth2007
Professor Leslie Smith
Stephen Baker
Terri Jackson
Professor Marcus Kaiser
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
et al.
The CARMEN e-Science pilot project: Neuroinformatics work packages2007
Dr Vandana Mehta
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Early neural activity and dendritic growth in turtle retinal ganglion cells2006
Dr Vandana Mehta
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Receptive field structure-function correlates in developing turtle retinal ganglion cells2006
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Retinal Development2006
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Synaptogenesis and early neural activity2006
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
The emergence of light responses2006
Dr Elizabeth Leitch
Julie Coaker
Dr Vandana Mehta
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
GABA type-A activity controls its own developmental polarity switch in the maturing retina2005
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Retinal development: Second sight comes first2005
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Developmental modulation of retinal wave dynamics: Shedding light on the GABA saga2003
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Development of retinal ganglion cell structure and function2001
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Dr Vandana Mehta
The role of early neural activity in the maturation of turtle retinal function2001
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Differential effects of acetylcholine and glutamate blockade on the spatiotemporal dynamics of retinal waves2000
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Spontaneous activity in developing turtle retinal ganglion cells: Statistical analysis2000
Professor Evelyne Sernagor
Spontaneous activity in developing turtle retinal ganglion cells: Pharmacological studies1999