Dr. Shang received his Ph.D degree from the Institute of Neuroscience, Chinese Academy of Sciences in 2011. His research program incorporates interdisciplinary assays to tackle the brain-wide neuronal circuitry mechanisms undelrying basic cognitive functions and to develop brain-inspired intelligent technology. His recent work focuses on developing neuronal activity-controlled realtime neural feedback. He has published research findings in leading journals including PNAS, Journal of Neuroscience and Journal of Physiology.
Shang, C.F.+*, Wang, Y.F.+, Du, J.L.*. (2019). Information integration for motor control. Current Opinion in Physiology, 8,116-120.
Jiao, Z.F.+, Shang, C.F.+*, Wang, Y.F.+, Yang, Z., Yang, C., Li, F.N., Xie, J.Z., Pan, J.W., Fu, L.*, Du, J.L.*. (2018). All-optical imaging and manipulation of whole-brain neuronal activities in behaving larval zebrafish. Biomedical Optics Express, 9(12),6154-6169.
Steve Rose著, 尚春峰、许多译. 大脑的未来. 北京: 科学出版社, 2016.
Shang, C.F., Li, X.Q., Yin, C., Liu, B., Wang, Y.F., Zhou, Z.*, Du, J.L.*. Amperometric Monitoring of Sensory-Evoked Dopamine Release in Awake Larval Zebrafish. (2015). The Journal of Neuroscience, 35(46),15291-15294.
Shang, C.F., Dan, Y., Poo, M.M.*, Wang, Z.R.*. Periodic Stimulation Induces Long-Range Modulation of Cortical Responses and Visual Perception. (2011). Journal of Physiology, 589(13),3125-3133.
Yu, X.+, Duan, K.L.+, Shang, C.F., Yu, H.G., Zhou, Z.*. (2004) Calcium influx through hyperpolarization-activated cation channels (Ihchannels) contributes to activity-evoked neuronal secretion. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 101(4),1051-1056.