Xiaowen Zhuang, PhD

Title(s)Assistant Researcher, Neurology
SchoolSchool of Medicine
ORCID ORCID Icon0000-0002-9064-4023 Additional info
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    Liaoning University, ShenyangB.S.09/2011Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
    University at Buffalo-SUNY, BuffaloPh.D.08/2018Neuroscience
    Texas A&M University, College Station09/2019Neuroscience

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    Circuit Mechanisms of Impulse Control Disorder in Parkinsonism
    Parkinson's Foundation PF-PRF-836910Jun 30, 2021 - Jun 30, 2023
    Role: Investigator

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    1. Dopamine across timescales and cell types: Relevance for phenotypes in Parkinson's disease progression. Exp Neurol. 2024 Apr; 374:114693. Seiler JL, Zhuang X, Nelson AB, Lerner TN. PMID: 38242300.
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    2. Drug reinforcement impairs cognitive flexibility by inhibiting striatal cholinergic neurons. Nat Commun. 2023 06 30; 14(1):3886. Gangal H, Xie X, Huang Z, Cheng Y, Wang X, Lu J, Zhuang X, Essoh A, Huang Y, Chen R, Smith LN, Smith RJ, Wang J. PMID: 37391566; PMCID: PMC10313783.
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    3. Striatal μ-opioid receptor activation triggers direct-pathway GABAergic plasticity and induces negative affect. Cell Rep. 2023 02 28; 42(2):112089. Wang W, Xie X, Zhuang X, Huang Y, Tan T, Gangal H, Huang Z, Purvines W, Wang X, Stefanov A, Chen R, Rodriggs L, Chaiprasert A, Yu E, Vierkant V, Hook M, Huang Y, Darcq E, Wang J. PMID: 36796365; PMCID: PMC10404641.
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    4. Chronic alcohol drinking persistently suppresses thalamostriatal excitation of cholinergic neurons to impair cognitive flexibility. J Clin Invest. 2022 02 15; 132(4). Ma T, Huang Z, Xie X, Cheng Y, Zhuang X, Childs MJ, Gangal H, Wang X, Smith LN, Smith RJ, Zhou Y, Wang J. PMID: 34941575; PMCID: PMC8843706.
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    5. Mechanisms and Functional Consequences of Presynaptic Homeostatic Plasticity at Auditory Nerve Synapses. J Neurosci. 2020 09 02; 40(36):6896-6909. Zhuang X, Wong NF, Sun W, Xu-Friedman MA. PMID: 32747441; PMCID: PMC7470918.
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    6. Optogenetic control of alcohol-seeking behavior via the dorsomedial striatal circuit. Neuropharmacology. 2019 09 01; 155:89-97. Roltsch Hellard E, Binette A, Zhuang X, Lu J, Ma T, Jones B, Williams E, Jayavelu S, Wang J. PMID: 31121177; PMCID: PMC6588491.
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    7. Changes in Properties of Auditory Nerve Synapses following Conductive Hearing Loss. J Neurosci. 2017 01 11; 37(2):323-332. Zhuang X, Sun W, Xu-Friedman MA. PMID: 28077712; PMCID: PMC6596576.
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