Yihe Ma

ma59@wisc.edu

Research Interests:
I am interested in how information is stored and processed in the neural circuits. In our lab we use a genetically-encoded optical voltage sensor to target the specific types of neurons and to study the circuits they are involved in. I am currently working on deciphering the hippocampal circuits that respond to novel environment.

Selected publications:

Bayguinov, Peter O., Yihe Ma, Yu Gao, Xinyu Zhao, and Meyer B. Jackson. “Imaging Voltage in Genetically-Defined Neuronal Subpopulations with a Cre Recombinase-Targeted Hybrid Voltage Sensor.” The Journal of Neuroscience 37, no. 38 (2017): 1363–17. doi:10.1523/JNEUROSCI.1363-17.2017.

Ma, Yihe, Peter O. Bayguinov, and Meyer B. Jackson. “Action Potential Dynamics in Fine Axons Probed with an Axonally Targeted Optical Voltage Sensor.” eNeuro 4, no. 4 (2017): ENEURO.0146-17.2017. doi:10.1523/ENEURO.0146-17.2017.

Ghitani, Nima, Peter O. Bayguinov, Yihe Ma, and Meyer B. Jackson. “Single-Trial Imaging of Spikes and Synaptic Potentials in Single Neurons in Brain Slices with Genetically Encoded Hybrid Voltage Sensor.” Journal of Neurophysiology 113, no. 4 (November 19, 2015): 1249–59. doi:10.1152/jn.00691.2014.