Research Associate, Monell Chemical Senses Center
Ph.D., Neuroscience, The Jikei University School of Medicine (Tokyo, Japan)
M.D., St. Marianna University School of Medicine (Kanagawa, Japan)
Dr. Johannes Reisert
My research involves understanding the mechanisms of adaptation in olfactory sensory neurons to an odorous stimulus and the factors involved in homeostatic regeneration of the olfactory epithelium. I will be studying the first step of olfactory perception in order to investigate the pathophysiology of olfactory dysfunction in the periphery. I am using electrophysiological as well as cell biological approaches to address these questions.
olfaction, electro-olfactogram, electrophysiology, signal transduction, olfactory dysfunction
Kuboki A, Kikuta S, Otori N, Kojima H, Matsumoto I, Reisert J, and Yamasoba T. (2021) Insulin-dependent maturation of newly generated olfactory sensory neurons after injury. eNeuro. 19;8(3):ENEURO.0168-21.2021. doi: 10.1523/ENEURO.0168-21.2021.
Kikuta S, Matsumoto Y, Kuboki A, Nakayama T, Asaka D, et al. (2016) Longer latency of sensory response to intravenous odor injection predicts olfactory neural disorder. Sci Rep. 6, 35361.