Kevin Duffy

Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada 
Visual System
"Kevin Duffy"
Mean distance: 13.01 (cluster 17)


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Kathryn M. Murphy grad student 1996-2001 McMaster University
David Hubel post-doc 2001-2003 Harvard


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Edward Nesbitt Wilson research assistant 2007-2008 Dalhousie University
Seoho Song research assistant 2009-2012 Dalhousie University
Alexander J Lingley grad student 2016-2017 Dalhousie University
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DiCostanzo NR, Crowder NA, Kamermans BA, et al. (2020) Retinal and Optic Nerve Integrity Following Monocular Inactivation for the Treatment of Amblyopia. Frontiers in Systems Neuroscience. 14: 32
Lingley AJ, Mitchell DE, Crowder NA, et al. (2019) Modification of Peak Plasticity Induced by Brief Dark Exposure. Neural Plasticity. 2019: 3198285
Mitchell DE, Crowder NA, Duffy KR. (2019) The critical period for darkness-induced recovery of the vision of the amblyopic eye following early monocular deprivation. Journal of Vision. 19: 25
Mitchell DE, Aronitz E, Bobbie-Ansah P, et al. (2019) Fast Recovery of the Amblyopic Eye Acuity of Kittens following Brief Exposure to Total Darkness Depends on the Fellow Eye. Neural Plasticity. 2019: 7624837
Holman KD, Duffy KR, Mitchell DE. (2018) Short periods of darkness fail to restore visual or neural plasticity in adult cats. Visual Neuroscience. 35: E002
Lingley AJ, Bowdridge JC, Farivar R, et al. (2018) Mapping of neuron soma size as an effective approach to delineate differences between neural populations. Journal of Neuroscience Methods
Duffy KR, Fong MF, Mitchell DE, et al. (2017) Recovery from the anatomical effects of long-term monocular deprivation in cat lateral geniculate nucleus. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Fong MF, Mitchell DE, Duffy KR, et al. (2016) Rapid recovery from the effects of early monocular deprivation is enabled by temporary inactivation of the retinas. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Duffy KR, Lingley AJ, Holman KD, et al. (2016) Susceptibility to monocular deprivation following immersion in darkness either late into or beyond the critical period. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Mitchell DE, MacNeil K, Crowder NA, et al. (2015) Recovery of visual functions in amblyopic animals following brief exposure to total darkness. The Journal of Physiology
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