Ph.D. Alumni노영우 / Young Woo Noh / Ph.D. / 2023-03 ~ 2023-10

9. Son S, Nagahama K, Lee J, Jung K, Kwak C, Kim J, Noh YW, Kim E, Lee S, Kwon HB, Heo WD. (2024).

Real-time visualization of structural dynamics of synapses in live cells in vivo.

Nat Methods, in press. (abstract)


8. Noh YW*, Kim Y*, Lee S, Kim Y, Shin JJ, Kang H, Kim I, and Kim E. (2023).

The PFC-LH-VTA pathway contributes to social deficits in IRSp53-mutant mice.

Mol Psych, in press. (abstract)


7. Kim W, Shin JJ, Jeong YJ, Kim K, Bae JW, Noh YW, Lee S, Choi W, Paik SB, Jung MW**, Lee E**, and Kim E**. (2022).
Suppressed prefrontal neuronal firing variability and impaired social representation in IRSp53-mutant mice.
eLife 11:e74998. (abstract)


6. Kim S*, Oh H*, Choi SH, Yoo YE, Noh YW, Cho Y, Im GH, Lee C, Oh Y, Yang E, Kim G, Chung WS, Kim H, Kang H, Bae Y, Kim SG, and Kim E. (2022).
Postnatal age-differential ASD-like transcriptiomic, synaptic, and behavioral deficits in Myt1l-mutant mice.
Cell Rep 40:111398. (abstract)


5. Noh YW*, Yook C*, Kang J*, Lee S, Kim Y, Yang E, Kim H, and Kim E. (2022).
Adult re-expression of IRSp53 rescues NMDA receptor function and social behavior in IRSp53-mutant mice.
Commun Biol 5:838. (abstract)


4. Lee E*, Lee S*, Shin JJ*, Choi W*, Chung C, Lee S, Kim J, Ha S, Kim R, Yoo T, Yoo YE, Kim J, Noh YW, Rhim I, Lee SY, Kim W, Lee T, Shin H, Cho I, Deisseroth K, Kim SJ, Park JM**, Jung MH**, Paik SB**, and Kim E**. (2021).
Excitatory synapses and gap junctions cooperate to improve Pv neuronal burst firing and cortical social cognition in Shank2-mutant mice.
Nat Commun 12:5116. (abstract)


3. Kim Y, Noh Y, Kim K, and Kim E. (2021).
Hyperactive ACC-MDT pathway suppresses prepulse inhibition in mice.
Schizophr Bull 47:31-43. (abstract)


2. Kim Y*, Noh YW*, Kim K, Yang E, Kim H, and Kim E. (2020).
IRSp53 deletion in glutamatergic and GABAergic neurons and in male and female mice leads to distinct electrophysiological and behavioral phenotypes.
Front Cell Neurosci 14:23. (abstract)


1. Um SM, Ha S, Lee H, Kim J, Kim K, Shin W, Cho YS, Roh JD, Kang J, Yoo T, Noh YW, Choi Y, Bae YC, and Kim E. (2018).
NGL-2 Deletion Leads to Autistic-like Behaviors Responsive to NMDAR Modulation.
Cell Rep 23:3839-3851. (abstract)