Tadashi Isa is a professor at Department of Neuroscience, Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University, Japan. He is interested in the structure and function of the neural circuits involved in the control of eye movements and dexterous finger movements, and neural mechanism of functional recovery after brain and/or spinal cord injury, especially targeting the plasticity spanning the large-scaled neural network in the CNS. He tackles these problems with multidisciplinary approaches combining brain imaging, electrophysiology, behavioural analysis, circuits manipulation with viral vectors primarily on the non-human primate model animals. He is a vice president of the Japan Neuroscience Society.
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