Ph.D. Alumni정창욱 / Changuk Chung / Ph.D. / 2012-05 ~ 2017-02 

11. Yoo YE, Lee S, Kim W, Kim H, Chung C, Ha S, Park J, Chung Y, Kang H, and Kim E. (2021).
Early chronic memantine treatment-induced transcriptomic changes in wild-type and Shank2-mutant mice.
Front Mol Neurosci 14:712576. (abstract)

10. 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)

9. Chung C, Shin W, and Kim E. (2021).
Early and late corrections in mouse models of autism spectrum disorders.
Biol Psych S0006-3223:01495-5. (abstract)

8. Chung C*, Ha S*, Kang H, Lee J, Um SM, Yan H, Yoo YE, Yoo T, Jung H, Lee D, Lee E, Lee S, Kim J, Kim R, Kwon Y, Kim W, Kim H, Duffney L, Kim D, Mah W, Won H, Mo S, Kim JY, Lim CS, Kaang BK, Boeckers TM, Chung Y, Kim H, Jiang YH, and Kim E. (2019).
Early correction of NMDAR function improves autistic-like behaviors in adult Shank2–/– mice.
Biol Psychiatry 85:534-543. (abstract)

7. Jung H*, Park H*, Choi Y, Kang H, Lee E, Kweon H, Roh JD, Ellegood J, Choi W, Kang J, Rhim I, Choi SY, Bae M, Kim SG, Lee J, Chung C, Yoo T, Park H, Kim Y, Ha S, Um SM, Mo J, Kwon Y, Mah W, Bae YC, Kim H, Lerch JP, Paik SB, and Kim E. (2018).
Sexually dimorphic behavior, neuronal activity, and gene expression in Chd8-mutant mice.
Nat Neurosci 21: 1218-1228. (abstract)

6. Li Y*, Kim R*, Cho YS, Song WS, Kim D, Kim K, Roh JD, Chung C, Park H, Yang E, Kim SJ, Ko J, Kim H, Kim MH, Bae YC, and Kim E. (2018).
Lrfn2-mutant mice display suppressed synaptic plasticity and inhibitory synapse development and abnormal social communication and startle response.
J Neurosci 38:5872-5887. (abstract)

5. Kim R*, Kim J*, Chung C*, Ha S, Lee S, Lee E, Yoo YE, Kim W, Shin W, Kim E. (2018).
Cell type-specific Shank2 deletion in mice leads to differential synaptic and behavioral phenotypes.
J Neurosci pii:2684-17. (abstract)

4. Ha S*, Lee D*, Cho YS, Chung C, Yoo YE, Kim J, Lee J, Kim W, Kim H, Bae YC, Tanaka-Yamamoto K#, and Kim E#. (2016).
Cerebellar Shank2 regulates excitatory synapse density, motor coordination, and specific repetitive and anxiety-like behaviors.
J Neurosci 36:12129-12143. (abstract)

3. Lee EJ, Lee H, Huang TNE, Chung C, Shin W, Kim K, Koh JY, Hsueh YP, and Kim E. (2015).
Trans-synaptic zinc mobilization improves social interaction in two mouse models of autism through NMDAR activation.
Nat Commun 6:7168. (abstract)

2. Lee J, Chung C, Ha S, Lee D, Kim DY, Kim H, and Kim E. (2015).
Shank3-mutant mice lacking exon 9 show altered excitation/inhibition balance, enhanced rearing, and spatial memory deficit.
Front Cell Neurosci 9:94. (abstract)

1. Won H*, Lee HR*, Gee HY*, Mah W*, Kim JI*, Lee J, Ha S, Chung C, Jung ES, Cho YS, Park SG, Lee JS, Lee K, Kim D, Bae YC, Kaang BK, Lee MG, and Kim E. (2012).
Autistic-like social behavior in Shank2-mutant mice improved by restoring NMDA receptor function.
Nature 486:261-5. (abstract) (Nature Reviews Drug Discovery) (SFARI)