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Jesse B Schallek, Ph.D.

Flaum Eye Institute and Center for Visual Science University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
retinal imaging, systems neuroscience, intrinsic signal imaging, fNIRS, blood flow, diabetic retinopathy, functional imaging of neural networks
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Ashbery D, Baez H, Kunala K, et al. (2023) Contributed Session II: In vivo imaging of immune cell activity in primate retina after photoreceptor ablation. Journal of Vision. 23: 22
Dholakia K, Huh JW, Schallek J. (2023) Contributed Session II: Immune cell speed changes over 5 orders of magnitude in response to inflammation in the retina. Journal of Vision. 23: 23
Feng G, Joseph A, Dholakia K, et al. (2023) High-resolution structural and functional retinal imaging in the awake behaving mouse. Communications Biology. 6: 572
Dholakia KY, Guevara-Torres A, Feng G, et al. (2022) In Vivo Capillary Structure and Blood Cell Flux in the Normal and Diabetic Mouse Eye. Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science. 63: 18
Joseph A, Power D, Schallek J. (2021) Imaging the dynamics of individual processes of microglia in the living retina . Biomedical Optics Express. 12: 6157-6183
Joseph A, Chu CJ, Feng G, et al. (2020) Label-free imaging of immune cell dynamics in the living retina using adaptive optics. Elife. 9
Canavesi C, Cogliati A, Mietus A, et al. (2020) imaging of corneal nerves and cellular structures in mice with Gabor-domain optical coherence microscopy. Biomedical Optics Express. 11: 711-724
Guevara-Torres A, Williams DR, Schallek JB. (2020) Origin of cell contrast in offset aperture adaptive optics ophthalmoscopy. Optics Letters. 45: 840-843
Hunter JJ, Merigan WH, Schallek JB. (2019) Imaging Retinal Activity in the Living Eye. Annual Review of Vision Science. 5: 15-45
Alarcon-Martinez L, Yilmaz-Ozcan S, Yemisci M, et al. (2019) Retinal ischemia induces α-SMA-mediated capillary pericyte contraction coincident with perivascular glycogen depletion. Acta Neuropathologica Communications. 7: 134
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