Faculty

Prof. Yun Wang  

Professor  Yun Wang

Principal Investigator

 

Dr Yun Wang is Graduated from Fudan University in 1987, and been awarded his PhD degree in neurophysiology in 1995 from Glasgow University supported by the Wellcome Trust Studentship (1989-1992). Between 1993 and 2000, he served as a postdoc research assistant in Department of Physiology (1993-1998) and a research fellow in Pharmacology (1998-2000) in University College London before he joined in Lilly Research Centre (UK), Eli Lilly Company as a senior scientist and group leader in 2000 until his moving back to China. He has been currently appointed as a professor and senior principle investigator by the Institutes of Brain Science, Fudan University, Shanghai, China. He is also a visiting professor in Chongqing Technology and Business University. Dr Wang is currently a member of the editorial board of the SCI journal Autonomic Neuroscience: Clinical and Basic and has served as a reviewer for many international journals including Journal of Neuroscience, Jounal of Physiology, etc. Dr Wang’s lab is current supported by the fundings from Chinese Nature Science Foundation, Science and Technology Commission of Shanghai Municipality, Shanghai Pujiang Program for Talented People.

 

Enrollment Major
Neurobiology

 

Research Direction

Cellular mechanism and neuropharmacology of neurological disorders

 

Research Work

1.  Epilepsy study

2.  Cofilin rod formation and its regulation in diseases

 

Contact Information

Address: Room 1105, Mingdao Building, Institutes of Brain Science, Fudan University, 138 Yixueyuan Road, Shanghai 200032, China

Tel86-021-54237871     E-mail: yunwang@fudan.edu.cn

 

Selected Publications       

1.  Chen B, Wang Y*(2015). Cofilin rod formation in neurons impairs neuronal structure and function. CNS Neurol Disord Drug Targets, 14(4):554-60.

2.  Duan B#, Cheng L, Bourane S, Britz O, Padilla C, Garcia-Campmany L, Krashes M, Knowlton W, Velasquez T, Ren X, Ross SE, Lowell BB, Wang Y, Goulding M, Ma Q*(2014). Identification of spinal circuits transmitting and gating mechanical pain. Cell, 6:1417-1432.

3.  Kong S, Cheng Z, Liu J, Wang Y*(2014). Down-regulated GABA and BDNF-TrkB pathway in chronic cyclothiazide seizure model. Neural Plasticity, 2014:310146

4.  Liu X, Chen B, Chen L, Ren W, Liu J, Wang G, Fan W, Wang X, Wang Y*(2013). U-shape suppressive effect of phenol red on the epileptiform burst activity via activation of estrogen receptors in primary hippocampal culture. PLoS One.,8(4): e60189.

5.  Chen B, Jiang M, Zhou M, Chen L, Liu X, Wang X, Wang Y*(2012). Both NMDA and non-NMDA receptors mediate glutamate stimulation induced cofilin rod formation in cultured hippocampal neurons. Brain Res. 1486: 1-13.

 

  

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