Paride Antinucci

Paride Antinucci

PhD Student



Biography:

After my BSc in Biological Sciences at University of Florence, Italy, I obtained a Master Degree in Neuroscience at King's College London, UK.

Currently, I am a PhD student sponsored by the Medical Research Council in Robert Hindges' lab.

The aim of my work is to investigate the cellular and molecular building blocks of neural circuits in the vertebrate retina.

Links:

Thompson Reuters Researcher ID: C-3697-2015
ORCID ID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0573-5383
KCL PURE: https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/en/persons/paride-antinucci(ed2d074d-6c56-4f1d-8fd1-ce150e58930c).html
Research Gate: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Paride_Antinucci

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Selected publications:

Antinucci P, Hindges R (2018) Orientation-Selective Retinal Circuits in Vertebrates. Front Neural Circuits 12: 11
Antinucci P, Hindges R (2016) A crystal-clear zebrafish for in vivo imaging. Sci Rep 6: 29490
Antinucci P, Suleyman O, Monfries C, Hindges R (2016) Neural Mechanisms Generating Orientation Selectivity in the Retina. Curr Biol 26: 1802-15
Antinucci P, Nikolaou N, Meyer MP, Hindges R (2013) Teneurin-3 specifies morphological and functional connectivity of retinal ganglion cells in the vertebrate visual system. Cell Rep 5: 582-92