Long Ding, Ph.D.

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Research Assistant Professor of Neuroscience
Department: Neuroscience
Graduate Group Affiliations

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111 Johnson Pavilion
Dept. of Neuroscience
University of Pennsylvania
3610 Hamilton Walk
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-898-9656
Fax: 215-573-9050
Education:
BS (Telecommunications)
Xidian University, 1994.
MS (Biomedical Engineering)
University of Northern California, 1997.
Ph.D. (Neuroscience)
University of Pennsylvania, 2003.
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Selected Publications

Niu Jingwen, Ding Long, Li Jian J, Kim Hyukmin, Liu Jiakun, Li Haipeng, Moberly Andrew, Badea Tudor C, Duncan Ian D, Son Young-Jin, Scherer Steven S, Luo Wenqin: Modality-based organization of ascending somatosensory axons in the direct dorsal column pathway. The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience 33(45): 17691-709, Nov 2013.

Ding, L., Gold, J. I.: Separate, causal roles of the caudate in saccadic choice and execution in a perceptual decision task. Neuron 75(5): 865-74, Sep 2012.

Ding, L., Gold, J. I.: Neural Correlates of Perceptual Decision Making before, during, and after Decision Commitment in Monkey Frontal Eye Field. Cereb Cortex 22(5): 1052-67, May 2012.

Ding, L., Gold, J. I.: Caudate encodes multiple computations for perceptual decisions. J Neurosci 30(47): 15747-59, Nov 2010.

Ding, L., Hikosaka, O.: Temporal development of asymmetric reward-induced bias in macaques. J Neurophysiol 97(1): 57-61, 2007.

Ding, L., Hikosaka, O.: Comparison of reward modulation in the frontal eye field and caudate of the macaque. J Neurosci 26(25): 6695-703, 2006.

Farries, M. A., Ding, L., Perkel, D. J.: Evidence for "direct" and "indirect" pathways through the song system basal ganglia. J Comp Neurol 484(1): 93-104, 2005.

Ding, L., Perkel, D. J.: Long-term potentiation in an avian basal ganglia nucleus essential for vocal learning. J Neurosci 24(2): 488-94, 2004.

Ding, L., Perkel, D. J., Farries, M. A.: Presynaptic depression of glutamatergic synaptic transmission by D1-like dopamine receptor activation in the avian basal ganglia. J Neurosci 23(14): 6086-95, 2003.

Ding, L., Perkel, D. J.: Dopamine modulates excitability of spiny neurons in the avian basal ganglia. J Neurosci 22(12): 5210-8, 2002.

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