1992 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Her primary areas of study are Anatomy, Retina, Neuroscience, Foveal and Retinal. Her work in the fields of Superior colliculus overlaps with other areas such as Population. In the field of Retina, her study on Retinal ganglion overlaps with subjects such as Rod and Eccentricity.
Lateral geniculate nucleus, Cortex, Nervous system, Central nervous system and Neuroanatomy are among the areas of Neuroscience where the researcher is concentrating her efforts. She interconnects Outer plexiform layer, Optics, Optic disk and Inner nuclear layer in the investigation of issues within Foveal. Her research in Nucleus intersects with topics in Dendritic spine, Hypothalamus, Suprachiasmatic nucleus, Retinohypothalamic tract and Guinea pig.
Her main research concerns Anatomy, Retina, Neuroscience, Retinal and Cell biology. Her Anatomy study also includes
Her studies deal with areas such as Blood vessel, Intraocular pressure and Contrast as well as Retinal. Her research on Cell biology also deals with topics like
Anita E. Hendrickson mostly deals with Anatomy, Retina, Retinal, Cell biology and Foveal. She has included themes like Fovea centralis, Transducin, Optic disc and Primate in her Anatomy study. Her Retina study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Opsin.
The various areas that Anita E. Hendrickson examines in her Retinal study include Intraocular pressure, Serotype and Ganglion. Her Cell biology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Embryonic eye, In situ hybridization, Recoverin and Inner nuclear layer. Anita E. Hendrickson has researched Foveal in several fields, including Optical coherence tomography, Eye development, Fibroblast growth factor and Macaque.
Anita E. Hendrickson mainly investigates Retina, Anatomy, Retinal, Fovea centralis and Cell biology. Anita E. Hendrickson combines topics linked to Opsin with her work on Retina. The Anatomy study combines topics in areas such as Lateral geniculate nucleus, Scotopic vision, Outer nuclear layer, Primate and Optic disc.
Her research investigates the connection with Retinal and areas like Intraocular pressure which intersect with concerns in Retinal tissue and Biomedical engineering. Her work deals with themes such as Rhodopsin, Recoverin, Internal medicine and Inner nuclear layer, which intersect with Cell biology. Her Inner nuclear layer research is within the category of Neuroscience.
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Human photoreceptor topography
Christine A. Curcio;Kenneth R. Sloan;Robert E. Kalina;Anita E. Hendrickson.
The Journal of Comparative Neurology (1990)
The autoradiographic demonstration of axonal connections in the central nervous system
W.M. Cowan;W.M. Cowan;D.I. Gottlieb;D.I. Gottlieb;Anita E. Hendrickson;Anita E. Hendrickson;J.L. Price;J.L. Price.
Brain Research (1972)
The origin of efferent pathways from the primary visual cortex, area 17, of the macaque monkey as shown by retrograde transport of horseradish peroxidase
Jennifer S. Lund;Raymond D. Lund;Anita E. Hendrickson;Ann H. Bunt.
The Journal of Comparative Neurology (1975)
A qualitative and quantitative analysis of the human fovea during development
Cristine Yuodelis;Anita Hendrickson.
Vision Research (1986)
An autoradiographic and electron microscopic study of retino-hypothalamic connections.
Anita E. Hendrickson;Anita E. Hendrickson;Norma Wagoner;Norma Wagoner;W. Maxwell Cowan;W. Maxwell Cowan.
Cell and Tissue Research (1972)
Distribution of Cones in Human and Monkey Retina: Individual Variability and Radial Asymmetry
Christine A. Curcio;Kenneth R. Sloan;Orin Packer;Anita E. Hendrickson.
The Morphological Development of the Human Fovea
Anita E. Hendrickson;Cristine Yuodelis.
Effect of intraocular pressure on rapid axoplasmic transport in monkey optic nerve.
Douglas R. Anderson;Anita Hendrickson.
Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science (1974)
Immunocytochemical localization of glutamic acid decarboxylase in monkey striate cortex.
Anita E. Hendrickson;S. P. Hunt;J.-Y. Wu.
Calcium-binding proteins as markers for subpopulations of GABAergic neurons in monkey striate cortex
J. F. M. Van Brederode;K. A. Mulligan;A. E. Hendrickson.
The Journal of Comparative Neurology (1990)
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