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Chang-Gyu Hahn

Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Psychiatry

Contact information
2216 Translational Research Laboratories
125 South 31st Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-3403
Office: 215-898-8793
Fax: 215-573-2041
Graduate Group Affiliations
Education:
M.D.
Seoul National University, 1981.
Ph.D. (Neurobiology)
University of Connecticut, 1990.
Post-Graduate Training
Resident in Psychiatry, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, 1990-1994.
Fellowship, Neuropsychopharmacology, University of Pennsylvania, 1993-1995.
Certifications
Psychiatry – American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology , 1998.
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Selected Publications

Turetsky Bruce I, Hahn Chang-Gyu, Arnold Steven E, Moberg Paul J: Olfactory receptor neuron dysfunction in schizophrenia. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology 34(3): 767-74, Feb 2009.

Borgmann-Winter K E, Rawson N E, Wang H-Y, Wang H, Macdonald M L, Ozdener M H, Yee K K, Gomez G, Xu J, Bryant B, Adamek G, Mirza N, Pribitkin E, Hahn C-G: Human olfactory epithelial cells generated in vitro express diverse neuronal characteristics. Neuroscience 158(2): 642-53, Jan 2009.

McNamara Robert K, Hahn Chang-Gyu, Jandacek Ronald, Rider Therese, Tso Patrick, Stanford Kevin E, Richtand Neil M: Selective deficits in the omega-3 fatty acid docosahexaenoic acid in the postmortem orbitofrontal cortex of patients with major depressive disorder. Biological psychiatry 62(1): 17-24, Jul 2007.

Hahn Chang-Gyu, Wang Hoau-Yan, Cho Dan-Sung, Talbot Konrad, Gur Raquel E, Berrettini Wade H, Bakshi Kalindi, Kamins Joshua, Borgmann-Winter Karin E, Siegel Steven J, Gallop Robert J, Arnold Steven E: Altered neuregulin 1-erbB4 signaling contributes to NMDA receptor hypofunction in schizophrenia. Nature medicine 12(7): 824-8, Jul 2006.

Hahn Chang-Gyu, Umapathy , Wang Hoau-Yan, Koneru Ramesh, Levinson Douglas F, Friedman Eitan: Lithium and valproic acid treatments reduce PKC activation and receptor-G protein coupling in platelets of bipolar manic patients. Journal of psychiatric research 39(4): 355-63, Jul 2005.

Hahn Chang-Gyu, Gomez George, Restrepo Diego, Friedman Eitan, Josiassen Richard, Pribitkin Edmund A, Lowry Louis D, Gallop Robert J, Rawson Nancy E: Aberrant intracellular calcium signaling in olfactory neurons from patients with bipolar disorder. The American journal of psychiatry 162(3): 616-8, Mar 2005.

Hahn Chang-Gyu, Han Li-Ying, Rawson Nancy E, Mirza Natasha, Borgmann-Winter Karin, Lenox Robert H, Arnold Steven E: In vivo and in vitro neurogenesis in human olfactory epithelium. The Journal of comparative neurology 483(2): 154-63, Mar 2005.

Talbot Konrad, Eidem Wess L, Tinsley Caroline L, Benson Matthew A, Thompson Edward W, Smith Rachel J, Hahn Chang-Gyu, Siegel Steven J, Trojanowski John Q, Gur Raquel E, Blake Derek J, Arnold Steven E: Dysbindin-1 is reduced in intrinsic, glutamatergic terminals of the hippocampal formation in schizophrenia. The Journal of clinical investigation 113(9): 1353-63, May 2004.

Arnold S E, Han L Y, Moberg P J, Turetsky B I, Gur R E, Trojanowski J Q, Hahn C G: Dysregulation of olfactory receptor neuron lineage in schizophrenia. Archives of general psychiatry 58(9): 829-35, Sep 2001.

Arnold SE, Han L-Y, Moberg PJ, Turetsky BI, Gur RE, Trojanowski JQ, Hahn C-G: Dysregulation of olfactory receptor neuron lineage in schizophrenia. Arch Gen Psych 58(9): 829-35, 2001.

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