Kaiwen He, Ph.D.

2004-2010 Biology University of Maryland, College Park, College Park, MD 
 2011-2015 Mind/brain institute Johns Hopkins University; Kennedy Krieger Institute 
 2015- IRCBC Chinese Academic Science 
Neural plasticity, sleep function
"Kaiwen He"
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Mihalas S, Ardiles A, He K, et al. (2021) A Multisubcellular Compartment Model of AMPA Receptor Trafficking for Neuromodulation of Hebbian Synaptic Plasticity. Frontiers in Synaptic Neuroscience. 13: 703621
Bridi MCD, de Pasquale R, Lantz CL, et al. (2018) Two distinct mechanisms for experience-dependent homeostasis. Nature Neuroscience
He K, Huertas M, Hong SZ, et al. (2015) Distinct Eligibility Traces for LTP and LTD in Cortical Synapses. Neuron. 88: 528-38
Ikrar T, Guo N, He K, et al. (2013) Adult neurogenesis modifies excitability of the dentate gyrus. Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 7: 204
Wang H, Megill A, He K, et al. (2012) Consequences of inhibiting amyloid precursor protein processing enzymes on synaptic function and plasticity. Neural Plasticity. 2012: 272374
He K, Petrus E, Gammon N, et al. (2012) Distinct sensory requirements for unimodal and cross-modal homeostatic synaptic plasticity. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 32: 8469-74
Qian H, Matt L, Zhang M, et al. (2012) β2-Adrenergic receptor supports prolonged theta tetanus-induced LTP. Journal of Neurophysiology. 107: 2703-12
Huang S, Treviño M, He K, et al. (2012) Pull-push neuromodulation of LTP and LTD enables bidirectional experience-induced synaptic scaling in visual cortex. Neuron. 73: 497-510
He K, Goel A, Ciarkowski CE, et al. (2011) Brain area specific regulation of synaptic AMPA receptors by phosphorylation. Communicative & Integrative Biology. 4: 569-72
He K, Lee A, Song L, et al. (2011) AMPA receptor subunit GluR1 (GluA1) serine-845 site is involved in synaptic depression but not in spine shrinkage associated with chemical long-term depression. Journal of Neurophysiology. 105: 1897-907
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