Chunfeng Shan

Principal Investigator

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.

Selected Publications

 

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.