Photoreceptors (PRs) are the primary visual sensory cells, and their loss leads to blindness that is currently incurable. Although cell replacement therapy holds promise, success is hindered by our limited understanding of PR axon growth during development and regeneration.
Timothy M. Gomez, PhD
Legend: Top: A-B. 3D rendering of structured illumination microscopy (SIM) images of a human forebrain neuron growth cone triple-labeled for F-actin (red), ßIII tubulin (blue) and ADAM17 (green). A view of the apical surface (A) shows …
Su-Chun Zhang has a unique view of Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research
From his sixth-floor laboratory in the University of Wisconsin Waisman Center, Su-Chun Zhang, MD, PhD, has a unique vantage point on the second tower of the Wisconsin Institutes for Medical Research (WIMR II), which is nearing completion.