Quan Wen, Ph.D

Affiliations: 
Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Area:
Systems Neuroscience
Website:
http://www.quan-wen.com
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Yixuan Li grad student 2022-2025
Yukun Cheng grad student 2022-2027

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Shangbang Gao collaborator
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Guo J, Chen L, Xiong F, et al. (2023) Bidirectional near-infrared regulation of motor behavior using orthogonal emissive upconversion nanoparticles. Nanoscale
Lu Y, Ahamed T, Mulcahy B, et al. (2022) Extrasynaptic signaling enables an asymmetric juvenile motor circuit to produce symmetric undulation. Current Biology : Cb
Wang Y, Zhang X, Xin Q, et al. (2020) Flexible motor sequence generation during stereotyped escape responses. Elife. 9
Wang Y, Zhang X, Xin Q, et al. (2020) Author response: Flexible motor sequence generation during stereotyped escape responses Elife
Wen Q, Gao S, Zhen M. (2018) excitatory ventral cord motor neurons derive rhythm for body undulation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 373
Xu T, Huo J, Shao S, et al. (2018) Descending pathway facilitates undulatory wave propagation in through gap junctions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America
Shen Y, Wen Q, Liu H, et al. (2016) An extrasynaptic GABAergic signal modulates a pattern of forward movement in Caenorhabditis elegans. Elife. 5
Luo L, Wen Q, Ren J, et al. (2014) Dynamic encoding of perception, memory, and movement in a C. elegans chemotaxis circuit. Neuron. 82: 1115-28
Williams DC, Bejjani RE, Ramirez PM, et al. (2013) Rapid and permanent neuronal inactivation in vivo via subcellular generation of reactive oxygen with the use of KillerRed. Cell Reports. 5: 553-63
Wen Q, Po MD, Hulme E, et al. (2012) Proprioceptive coupling within motor neurons drives C. elegans forward locomotion. Neuron. 76: 750-61
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