Ione Fine

University of Washington, Seattle, Seattle, WA 
visual system
"Ione Fine"
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Park WJ, Fine I. (2020) New insights into cortical development and plasticity: from molecules to behavior. Current Opinion in Physiology. 16: 50-60
Beyeler M, Nanduri D, Weiland JD, et al. (2019) A model of ganglion axon pathways accounts for percepts elicited by retinal implants. Scientific Reports. 9: 9199
Huber E, Jiang F, Fine I. (2019) Responses in area hMT+ reflect tuning for both auditory frequency and motion after blindness early in life. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Huber E, Chang K, Alvarez I, et al. (2019) Early blindness shapes cortical representations of auditory frequency within auditory cortex. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Awad JF, Park WJ, Fine I. (2019) Enhanced auditory segregation in early blind individuals Journal of Vision. 19: 167
Beyeler M, Rokem A, Boynton G, et al. (2017) Learning to see again: biological constraints on cortical plasticity and the implications for sight restoration technologies. Journal of Neural Engineering
Rokem A, Takemura H, Bock AS, et al. (2017) The visual white matter: The application of diffusion MRI and fiber tractography to vision science. Journal of Vision. 17: 4
Jiang F, Stecker GC, Boynton GM, et al. (2016) Early Blindness Results in Developmental Plasticity for Auditory Motion Processing within Auditory and Occipital Cortex. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 10: 324
Jiang F, Stecker GC, Boynton GM, et al. (2016) Early blindness results in developmental plasticity for auditory motion processing within auditory and occipital cortex Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 10
Bock AS, Binda P, Benson NC, et al. (2015) Resting-State Retinotopic Organization in the Absence of Retinal Input and Visual Experience. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 35: 12366-82
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