Gloria B. Choi, Ph.D.

2013- Brain and Cognitive Science Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
autism, neuroimmunology, cortex, proprioception, neurodevelopmental disorders
"Gloria Choi"
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David J. Anderson grad student 2005 Caltech
 (Characterization of the circuits mediating innate reproductive and defensive behaviors from the amygdala to the hypothalamus.)
Richard Axel post-doc Columbia


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Alec Graham Sheffield research assistant 2018- MIT
Yeong Shin Yim post-doc MIT
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Park S, Yuk H, Zhao R, et al. (2021) Adaptive and multifunctional hydrogel hybrid probes for long-term sensing and modulation of neural activity. Nature Communications. 12: 3435
Kwon JT, Ryu C, Lee H, et al. (2021) An amygdala circuit that suppresses social engagement. Nature
Kalish BT, Kim E, Finander B, et al. (2020) Maternal immune activation in mice disrupts proteostasis in the fetal brain. Nature Neuroscience
Reed MD, Yim YS, Wimmer RD, et al. (2019) IL-17a promotes sociability in mouse models of neurodevelopmental disorders. Nature
Schaffer ES, Stettler DD, Kato D, et al. (2018) Odor Perception on the Two Sides of the Brain: Consistency Despite Randomness. Neuron
Kim S, Kim H, Yim YS, et al. (2017) Maternal gut bacteria promote neurodevelopmental abnormalities in mouse offspring. Nature
Shin Yim Y, Park A, Berrios J, et al. (2017) Reversing behavioural abnormalities in mice exposed to maternal inflammation. Nature
Park S, Guo Y, Jia X, et al. (2017) One-step optogenetics with multifunctional flexible polymer fibers. Nature Neuroscience
Diodato A, Ruinart de Brimont M, Yim YS, et al. (2016) Molecular signatures of neural connectivity in the olfactory cortex. Nature Communications. 7: 12238
Choi GB, Yim YS, Wong H, et al. (2016) The maternal interleukin-17a pathway in mice promotes autismlike phenotypes in offspring. Science (New York, N.Y.)
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