Jenna’s first author paper in eLife is accepted !
Congratulations!! stay tuned to learn about how presynaptic inhibition shapes synapse and circuit function in the retina.
Abhilash’s first author paper in Cell Reports is out !
Congratulations!! Please click on the link below to know more about a novel mode of synaptic inhibition in the retina.
Sapan joins the lab !
Sapan Gupta is a recent UW Madison graduate in computer science. He joins our lab to help us with our software needs for electrophysiology and two-photon imaging.
Serial block face SEM installation in progress at WIMR!
Abhilash receives the 2020 Kenzi Valentyn Vision Research Award from the
McPherson Eye Research Institute
Paul awarded a Hilldale Undergraduate Research Fellowship
Aindrila joins the lab for PhD !
Aindrila Saha, a student in cellular and molecular biology graduate program joins the lab for PhD thesis research.
Preview by A. Sampath and Y.R. Peng of our Neuron paper !
LRRing the Rules: Synapse Organization in the Primary Rod Pathway.
Paper out in Neuron !
Role of a synaptic adhesion molecular, LRRTM4, in retinal synapse function and assembly.
Jenna joins the lab for PhD !
Jenna Nagy, a student in cellular and molecular pathology graduate program joins the lab for PhD thesis research.
A Preview by Raunak in Biophysical Journal
Shining light on the mode and mechanism of vesicular release at rod photoreceptor synapse
Raunak receives endowed professorship
Raunak appointed the first David and Nancy Walsh Family Professor in Vision Science at UW Madison
Abhilash receives poster prize
Abhilash receives runner-up prize in the poster competition at the annual MERI vision science poster session
Sinha Lab is awarded a research grant from The Alcon Research Institute!
Paul receives a Sophomore Research Fellowship
Paul’s application was selected to receive a 2019-2020 Sophomore Research Fellowship at UW Madison. Paul receives his award from the UW Madison Chancellor Dr. Rebecca Blank.
A multi-PI effort led by Mrinalini Hoon receives a
UW2020 award for a serial block face SEM
A collaborative effort (including Raunak as a Co-PI) led by Mrinalini Hoon (Dept. of Ophthalmology) receives funding from the UW2020 WARF Discovery Initiative for acquiring a serial block face scanning electron microscope.
Xiao graduates !
Xiao graduates with a degree in Computer Science from UW Madison. He will soon be moving to Japan to pursue a career in software development. Thanks Xiao for all your contributions.
Sinha Lab is awarded a research grant from The BrightFocus Foundation!
Sinha Lab is awarded a research grant from
The E. Matilda Ziegler Foundation for the Blind, Inc.!
Paul joins the Lab !
Paul J Derr is currently an undergraduate student majoring in Neurobiology and Psychology. He is interested in understanding how biophysical mechanisms in the retina ultimately result in a holistic perception.
Blue cone signaling paper out in eLife !
Study illustrating how blue cone photoreceptors differ from red and green cones in their response
properties out in eLife (link)
Abhilash wins Poster Prize !
Oct 16, 2018
Abhilash is the runner up in Poster Presentation Competition at the 10th annual McPherson Eye Research Institute Vision Science poster session.
Xiao joins the Lab !
Xiao Zhang is doing his undergraduate studies at UW Madison and majoring in Computer Science. He will help us with our software needs for electrophysiology and two-photon imaging.
Vrushali leaves for post-doc at NIH !
Thank you Vrushali for all your help in setting up Sinha and Hoon Lab. She joins the NIH/NEI for a post-doctoral position.
Our first electrophysiology rig takes shape !
Two-photon laser and the microscope get installed. Now the work begins.
Austin joins the Lab !
Austin joins us from Colorada as a Research Specialist who will help us with both lab and research work
Yash joins the Lab !
Yash Gokhale is doing his undergraduate studies in Biomedical Engineering and is interested in studying signal processing.
Vrushali joins the Lab !
Vrushali Agashe recently completed her PhD thesis at UW Madison in Immunology and joins our lab as a Research Specialist.
Abhilash joins the Lab !
Abhilash Sawant, a PhD student in the Physiology training program joins the Sinha Lab for his thesis work on understanding the role of synaptic inhibtion in retinal function. He will be co-mentored by Mrinalini Hoon in the Dept. of Ophthalmology at UW Madison.