Natela M Shanidze, PhD

2001-2005 Physics University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
 2006-2011 Neuroscience University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Ann Arbor, MI 
 2012-2013 Neurology Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA 
 2014- Smith-Kettlewell Eye Research Institute, San Francisco, CA, United States 
Vestibular System, Eye movements
"Natela Shanidze"
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William Michael King grad student 2011 University of Michigan
 (Coordination of Eye and Head Movements in Cavia porcellus.)
Preeti Verghese post-doc Smith Kettlewell (Neurotree)


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Scott Loewenstein collaborator (Neurotree)
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Shanidze NM, Velisar A. (2020) Eye, head, and gaze contributions to smooth pursuit in macular degeneration. Journal of Neurophysiology. 124: 134-144
Shanidze N, Verghese P. (2019) Motion perception in central field loss. Journal of Vision. 19: 20
Shanidze N, Heinen S, Verghese P. (2017) Monocular and Binocular Smooth Pursuit in Central Field Loss. Vision Research
Shanidze N, Ghahghaei S, Verghese P. (2016) Accuracy of eye position for saccades and smooth pursuit. Journal of Vision. 16: 23
Shanidze N, Fusco G, Potapchuk E, et al. (2016) Smooth pursuit eye movements in patients with macular degeneration. Journal of Vision. 16: 1
Fusco G, Shanidze N, Verghese P. (2016) Assessing Patients with Central Field Loss Using a Low-Cost Virtual Reality System with Head Tracking Journal of Vision. 16: 40
Shanidze N, Heinen SJ, Verghese P. (2016) Relative Eye Position During Monocular and Binocular Pursuit in Central Field Loss Journal of Vision. 16: 20
Shanidze N, Heinen S, Verghese P. (2016) Do we foveate targets during smooth pursuit? Journal of Vision. 16: 1347
Shanidze N, Lim K, Dye J, et al. (2012) Galvanic stimulation of the vestibular periphery in guinea pigs during passive whole body rotation and self-generated head movement. Journal of Neurophysiology. 107: 2260-70
King WM, Shanidze N. (2011) Anticipatory eye movements stabilize gaze during self-generated head movements. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 1233: 219-25
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