Dr. Osamu Kuwata
- Postdoctoral research associate from 1995 to 1999.
- Graduate of Kyoto
University (Ph.D., 1992)
- Research associate at the Institute of Biological Sciences,
University of Tsukuba since Apr.
Ching Yuan (1998)
- Senior Research Associate in the Dept. of Opthalmology of the Univ. of Minnesota
Dr. Saurav Misra (1997)
is a postdoctoral fellow at the National Institutes of Health, in the laboratory
of Dr. James H. Hurley.
Dr. Li Tang (1995) lives in New Jersey and is currently applying for research positions.
Dr. Masahiro Kono (1994)
is an Assistant Professor at the Medical University of South Carolina.
Dr. Jie Liang (1994)
is an Assistant Professor of Bioengineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
Dr. Dipali Apte (1991)is a resident physician at the Duke University
Eye Center. She is researching various areas, including comparisons of the efficacy of combined cataract and glaucoma procedure,
and genetic linkage and characterization of PATX and the development of the caffeine challenge test.
Dr. Roy Jonas (1990)
is a MD Practicing in Wilmington, Illinois.
is an Assistant Professor in the Dept. of Physiology, Univ. of Colorado Medical
School. His research "focuses on the quantitative understanding of the physicochemical
processes underlying sensory signal transduction in the visual and olfactory receptor
neurons" using electrophysiological methods.
Dr. Su-Yi Liu (1990)
is Director of Research at World Precision Instruments, Sarasota, Fla., manufacturers
of instrumentation for spectophotometry, electrophysiology and other life sciences
Dr. Jian-guo Chen (1988)
is a Senior Research Scientist at Perkin-Elmer
Dr. Chung-Ho Chang (1986)
is an Associate Professor at the Case Western Reserve Medical School, Dept. of
Dr. Roger Calhoon (1985) is a research scientist at BioControl Systems, Inc.
Dr. Boryeu Mao (1980)
is a Senior Research Scientist at Cerep in Redmond, Washington.
is a professor in the Dept. of Biochemistry, Univ. of Washington. His research
focuses on biochemical pathways in vertebrate and invertebrate signal transduction,
especially those involving Ca++. He has done pioneering work in characterizing
the protein recoverin, a component of the visual transduction cascade.
Dr. Paul Kilbride (1979)