Qiufu Ma

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
Development and function of sensory circuitry
"Qiufu Ma"
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Taralyn M. Tan research assistant 2008-2010 Dana Farber Cancer Institute
Xiangyu Ren research assistant 2014-2015 Harvard
Fish Kunxun Qian research assistant 2016-2016 Harvard Medical School/Dana-Farber Cancer Institute
Shan Lou grad student 2007-2013 Harvard Medical School
Longzhen Cheng post-doc
Bo Duan post-doc 2010- Harvard
Leping Cheng post-doc 2002-2005 ION, CAS
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Qi L, Lin SH, Ma Q. (2022) Spinal VGLUT3 lineage neurons drive visceral mechanical allodynia but not sensitized visceromotor reflexes. Neuron
Liu S, Wang Z, Su Y, et al. (2021) A neuroanatomical basis for electroacupuncture to drive the vagal-adrenal axis. Nature
Liu S, Wang ZF, Su YS, et al. (2020) Somatotopic Organization and Intensity Dependence in Driving Distinct NPY-Expressing Sympathetic Pathways by Electroacupuncture. Neuron
Ma Q. (2019) Decision letter: Excitatory neurons are more disinhibited than inhibitory neurons by chloride dysregulation in the spinal dorsal horn Elife
Huang T, Lin SH, Malewicz NM, et al. (2018) Identifying the pathways required for coping behaviours associated with sustained pain. Nature
Zhang Y, Liu S, Zhang YQ, et al. (2018) Timing Mechanisms Underlying Gate Control by Feedforward Inhibition. Neuron
Duan B, Cheng L, Ma Q. (2017) Spinal Circuits Transmitting Mechanical Pain and Itch. Neuroscience Bulletin
Qi L, Huang C, Wu X, et al. (2017) Hierarchical specification of pruriceptors by Runt-domain transcription factor Runx1. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Cheng L, Duan B, Huang T, et al. (2017) Identification of spinal circuits involved in touch-evoked dynamic mechanical pain. Nature Neuroscience
Bourane S, Duan B, Koch SC, et al. (2015) Gate control of mechanical itch by a subpopulation of spinal cord interneurons. Science (New York, N.Y.). 350: 550-4
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