Lindsey Glickfeld
Assistant Professor of Neurobiology

That a picture can be worth a thousand words relies on the power of the visual system. In order to divide the labor of this task, the visual cortex is organized into specialized modules that process distinct features. My lab uses the mouse visual system and modern genetic, optical, electrophysiological and behavioral approaches to reveal how these modules are coordinated to support vision and guide behavior.

Current Appointments & Affiliations

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  • Box 3209, Durham, NC 27710
  • Bryan Research Building, 311 Research Drive Room 401F, Durham, NC 27710

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