New York Medical College

Jonathan A. N. Fisher, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Physiology
Department of Physiology

Ganesh Gunasekaran, M.D.

 

 

Address:

Department of Physiology
Basic Sciences Building
New York Medical College
Valhalla, NY 10595

 

Email:

jonathan_fisher@nymc.edu

Professional Interests:

Sensory Neuroscience
Neural Engineering
Biomedical Optics
Traumatic Brain Injury
Translational Neuroscience
Neuroimaging Data Visualization

Education Profile:

Post Graduate Studies:
♦ 2007 – 2013 Postdoctoral Fellow
The Rockefeller University (A. J. Hudspeth, mentor)

Graduate Degree:
♦ 2007 - Ph.D. Physics
University of Pennsylvania (Arjun G. Yodh, mentor)

Undergraduate Institution:
♦ 2000 – B.A. (with Honors) Physics & Astronomy
University of Pennsylvania

Selected Bibliography:

J. A. N. Fisher, F. Nin, T. Reichenbach, R. Uthaiah, A. J. Hudspeth. 2012. The spatial pattern of cochlear amplification. Neuron 76(5): 989-997

F. Nin, T. Reichenbach, J. A. N. Fisher, A. J. Hudspeth. 2012. The contribution of active hair-bundle motility to nonlinear amplification in the mammalian cochlea. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA 109(51): 21076-21080.

J. A. N. Fisher, L. Kowalik, A. J. Hudspeth. 2011. Imaging electrical resonance in hair cells. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA 108(4): 1651-1656.

J. A. N. Fisher, K. Susumu, M. Therien, A. G. Yodh. 2009. One- and two-photon absorption of highly conjugated multiporphyrin systems in the two-photon Soret transition region. Journal of Chemical Physics 130(13):134506

J. A. N. Fisher, J. R. Barchi, C. G. Welle, G-H. Kim, P. Kosterin, A. L. Obaid, A. G. Yodh, D. Contreras, B. M. Salzberg. 2008. Two-photon excitation of potentiometric probes enables optical recording of action potentials from individual mammalian nerve terminals in situ. Journal of Neurophysiology 99: 1545-1553.

J. A. N. Fisher, V. A. Marchenko, A. G. Yodh, R. F. Rogers. 2005. Spatiotemporal activity patterns during respiratory rhythmogenesis in the rat ventrolateral medulla. Journal of Neurophysiology 95: 1982-1991.

J. A. N. Fisher, E. F. Civillico, D. Contreras, A. G. Yodh. 2004. In vivo fluorescence microscopy of neuronal activity in three dimensions by use of voltage-sensitive dyes. Optics Letters 29(1): 71-73.

See complete bibliography at Google Scholar profile for “jonathan a. n. fisher” or at fisherworks.net/publications

 

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