Shurong Wang

Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing, Beijing Shi, China 
Visual information processing
"Shurong Wang"
Mean distance: 13.22 (cluster 17)


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Jing Hu grad student Universität Tübingen
Gangyi Wu grad student Baylor College of Medicine
Yan Yang grad student IBP, CAS
Tao Zhang grad student IBP, CAS
Yuan Wang grad student 1996-2001 IBP, CAS
Yong Gu grad student 1997-2002 Washington University
Jin Yang grad student 1999-2004 UCSF
Peng Cao grad student 2000-2005 IBP, CAS
Qian Xiao grad student 2003-2005 IBP, CAS
Da-Peng Li grad student 2001-2006 IBP, CAS
Yu-Qiong Niu grad student 2002-2007 IBP, CAS
Rui-Feng Liu grad student 2003-2008 IBP, CAS
Yang Yang grad student 2003-2008 insititute of biophysics
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Yang Y, Wang Q, Wang SR, et al. (2017) Representation of time interval entrained by periodic stimuli in the visual thalamus of pigeons. Elife. 6
Yang Y, Yang Y, Wang SR. (2008) Neuronal circuitry and discharge patterns controlling eye movements in the pigeon. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 28: 10772-80
Liu RF, Niu YQ, Wang SR. (2008) Thalamic neurons in the pigeon compute distance-to-collision of an approaching surface. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 72: 37-47
Yang Y, Cao P, Yang Y, et al. (2008) Corollary discharge circuits for saccadic modulation of the pigeon visual system. Nature Neuroscience. 11: 595-602
Wu GY, Wang SR. (2007) Postsynaptic potentials and axonal projections of tegmental neurons responding to electrical stimulation of the toad striatum Neuroscience Letters. 429: 111-114
Li DP, Xiao Q, Wang SR. (2007) Feedforward construction of the receptive field and orientation selectivity of visual neurons in the pigeon. Cerebral Cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991). 17: 885-93
Niu YQ, Xiao Q, Liu RF, et al. (2006) Response characteristics of the pigeon's pretectal neurons to illusory contours and motion. The Journal of Physiology. 577: 805-13
Cao P, Yang Y, Yang Y, et al. (2006) Differential modulation of thalamic neurons by optokinetic nuclei in the pigeon. Brain Research. 1069: 159-65
Xiao Q, Li DP, Wang SR. (2006) Looming-sensitive responses and receptive field organization of telencephalic neurons in the pigeon. Brain Research Bulletin. 68: 322-8
Wu LQ, Niu YQ, Yang J, et al. (2005) Tectal neurons signal impending collision of looming objects in the pigeon. The European Journal of Neuroscience. 22: 2325-31
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