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Hu Dan

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As a research scientist in Dr. Graybiel's lab, Hu Dan studies the function of the basal ganglia,
specifically, the striatal neural activity change during procedural learning, and the effects of neural transmitter agonists and antagonists on learning performance and on striatal neural activity patterns.

PUBLICATIONS

Barnes TD, Mao JB, Hu D, Kubota Y, Dreyer AA, Stamoulis C, Brown EN, Graybiel AM. (2011) Advance cueing produces enhanced action-boundary patterns of spike activity in the sensorimotor striatum. J Neurophysiol. Apr; 105 (4): 1861-78

Kubota Y, Liu J, Hu D, DeCoteau WE, Eden UT, Smith AC, Graybiel AM. (2009) Stable encoding of task structure coexists with flexible coding of task events in sensorimotor striatum. J Neurophysiol. Oct; 102 (4): 2142-60.

Barnes TD, Kubota Y, Hu D, Jin DZ, Graybiel AM.Activity of striatal neurons reflects dynamic encoding and recoding of procedural memories. Nature. 2005 Oct 20;437(7062):1158-61.

Smith AC, Frank LM, Wirth S, Yanike M, Hu D, Kubota Y, Graybiel AM, Suzuki WA, Brown EN. Dynamic analysis of learning in behavioral experiments. J Neurosci. 2004 Jan 14;24(2):447-61.

Canales JJ, Capper-Loup C, Hu D, Choe ES, Upadhyay U, Graybiel AM. Shifts in striatal responsivity evoked by chronic stimulation of dopamine and glutamate systems. Brain. 2002 Oct;125(Pt 10):2353-63.