Ph.D. Alumni신왕용 / Wangyong Shin / Ph.D. / 2019-09 ~ 2021-09 

12. Farsi Z, Nicolella A, Simmons SK, Aryal S, Shepard N, Brenner B, Lin S, Herzog L, Shin W, Gazestani V, Song B, Bonanno K, Keshishian H, Carr SA, Macosko E, Datta SR, Dejanovic B, Kim E, Levin JZ, Sheng M. (2023).

Brain-region-specific changes in neurons and glia and dysregulation of dopamine signaling in Grin2a mutant mice. 

Neuron 111:3378. (abstract)


11. Cho HY, Shin W, Lee HS, Lee Y, Kim M, Oh JP, Han J, Jeong Y, Suh B, Kim E, and Han JH. (2021).
Turnover of fear engram cells by repeated experience.
Curr Biol 31:5450-5461. (abstract)


10. Lie E, Yeo Y, Lee EJ, Shin W, Kim K, Han KA, Yang E, Choi TY, Bae M, Lee S, Um SM, Choi SY, Kim H, Ko J, and Kim E. (2021).
SALM4 negatively regulates NMDA receptor function and fear memory consolidation.
Commun Biol 4:1138. (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. Kim SG*, Lee S*, Kim Y, Park J, Woo D, Kim D, Li Y, Shin W, Kang H, Yook C, Lee M, Kim K, Roh JD, Ryu J, Jung H, Um SM, Yang E, Kim H, Han J, Heo WD, Kim E.
Tanc2-mediated mTOR inhibition balances mTORC1/2 signaling in the developing mouse brain and human neurons.
Nat Commun 12:2695. (abstract)


7. Shin W*, Kim K*, Serraz B, Cho YS, Kim D, Kang M, Lee EJ, Lee H, Bae YC, Paoletti P, and Kim E. (2020).
Early correction of synaptic long-term depression improves abnormal anxiety-like behavior in adult GluN2B-C456Y-mutant mice.
PLoS Biol 18:e3000717. (abstract)


6. Kim K*, Shin W*, Kang M, Lee S, Kim D, Kang R, Jung Y, Cho Y, Yang E, Kim H, Bae YC, and Kim E. (2020).
Presynaptic PTPs regulates postsynaptic NMDA receptor function through direct adhesion-independent mechanisms.
eLife 9:e54224. (abstract)


5. Shin W*, Kweon H*, Kang R*, Kim D, Kim K, Kang M, Kim SY, Hwang SN, Kim JY, Yang E, Kim H, and Kim E. (2019).
Scn2a haploinsufficiency in mice suppresses hippocampal neuronal excitability, excitatory synaptic drive, and long-term potentiation, and spatial learning and memory.
Front Mol Neurosci 12:145. (abstract)


4. Lee H*, Shin W*, Kim K*, Lee S, Lee EJ, Kim J, Kweon H, Lee E, Park H, Kang M, Yang E, Kim H, and Kim E. (2019).
NGL-3 in the regulation of brain development, Akt/GSK3b signaling, long-term depression, and locomotive and cognitive behaviors.
PLoS Biol 17:e2005326. (abstract)


3. 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)


2. 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 38:4076-4092. (abstract)  


1. 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)