学术报告:STORM from concept to biological impact

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报告题目:STORM from concept to biological impact
报 告 人:钟桂生教授,Harvard University(2015年1月加入上海科技大学)
报告时间:2015年1月28日(星期三)上午10:30
报告地点:嘉定园区学术活动中心多功能厅

报告人简介:
Personal information
Current position: Postdoc Fellow in Prof. Xiaowei Zhuang’s lab
Current address:  Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology (617) 406-9938
                  Harvard University
                  12 Oxford Street
 
                 Cambridge MA 02138

Education

2007.5     Cornell University                             PhD, Neurobiology and Behavior
2002.6     University of Science and Technology of China  MS,  Biophysics
1999.6     Anhui University                               BA,  Physics

Research experience
2010.7-2015.1 Postdoc Fellow in Prof. Xiaowei Zhuang’s Lab at Harvard University: STORM imaging neuronal structure. For the first time, using superresolution fluorescent microscopic method to discover a novel structure in neurons and its developmental molecular mechanism.
2007.6-2010.7 Postdoc Fellow in Prof. Ronald Harris-Warrick’s lab at Cornell University: Characterize the role of spinal interneurons in locomotor neural circuits. Using electrophysiology, calcium imaging, behavior essays to study the mechanism of neural circuits in spinal cord for locomotive behaviors.

Publications
(1) Zhong G#, He J#, Zhou R, Lorenzo DN, Babcock HP, Bennett V & Zhuang X. (2015) The formation of a periodic cytoskeleton structure in neurons during development.  Elife e04581. 
(2) Lorenzo DN, Badea A, Davis JQ, Hostettler J, He J, Zhong G, Zhuang X & Bennett, V (2014) A PIK3C3-Ankyrin-B-Dynactin pathway promotes axonal growth and multiorganelle transport.. J Cell Biol 207: 735-752. 
(3) Xu K#, Zhong G# & Zhuang X. (2013) Actin, spectrin, and associated proteins form a periodic cytoskeletal structure in axons. Science 339: 452-456.  
(4) Shim SH, Xia C, Zhong G, Babcock HP, Vaughan JC, Huang B, Wang X, Xu C, Bi G-Q & Zhuang X. (2012) Super-resolution fluorescence imaging of organelles in live cells with photoswitchable membrane probes. PNAS 109: 13978-13983. 
(5) Zhong G, Shevtsova NA, Rybak IA & Harris-Warrick RM. (2012) Neuronal activity in the isolated mouse spinal cord during spontaneous deletions in fictive locomotion: Insights into locomotor CPG organization. J Physiol 590: 4735-4759. 
(6) AbbinantiMD, Zhong G & Harris-Warrick RM. (2012) Postnatal Emergence of Serotonin-Induced Plateau Potentials in Commissural Interneurons of the Mouse Spinal Cord. J Neurophysiol 108: 2191-2202. 
(7) Zhong G, Sharma K & Harris-Warrick RM. (2011) Frequency-dependent recruitment of V2a interneurons during fictive locomotion in the mouse spinal cord. Nature Commun 2: 274. 
(8) Zhong G, Droho S, Crone S, Dietz S, Kwan A, Webb WW, Sharma K & Harris-Warrick RM. (2010) Electrophysiological characterization of the V2a interneurons and their locomotor-related activity in the neonatal mouse spinal cord. J Neurosci 30: 170-182. 
(9) Kwan AC, Dietz SB, Zhong G, Harris-Warrick RM & Webb WW. (2010) Spatiotemporal dynamics of rhythmic spinal interneurons measured with two-photon calcium imaging and coherence analysis. J Neurophysiol 104: 3323-3333.  
(10) Crone S#, Zhong G#, Harris-Warrick RM & Sharma, K. (2009) In mice lacking V2a interneurons, gait depends on speed of locomotion. J Neurosci 29: 7098-7109. # Co-first author.  
(11) Zhong G, Masino MA & Harris-Warrick RM. (2007) Persistent sodium currents participate in fictive locomotion generation in neonatal mouse spinal cord. J Neurosci 27: 4507-4518.  
(12) Zhong G. (2007) Persistent sodium current in PreBotsinger neurons is not necessary for respiratory rhythm generation in the neonatal mouse? J Physiol 581: 429.  
(13) Zhong G, Diaz-Rios M & Harris-Warrick RM. (2006) Intrinsic and functional differences among commissural interneurons during fictive locomotion and serotonergic modulation in the neonatal mouse. J Neurosci 26: 6509-6517. 
(14) Zhong G, Diaz-Rios M & Harris-Warrick RM. (2006) Serotonin modulates the properties of ascending commissural interneurons in the neonatal mouse spinal cord. J Neurophysiol 95: 1545-1555.
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