Faculty

Yeong Shin Yim, PhD

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Assistant Professor of Pharmacology
Department: Pharmacology
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3400 Civic Center Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Education:
BS (Physical Therapy)
Daegu University, 2007.
PhD (Neuroscience)
Yonsei University College of Medicine, 2012.
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Selected Publications

M Reed*, YS Yim*, R Wimmer, C Ryu, G.M. Welch, M. Andina, A. Waisman, L. Tsai, M. Halassa, J Huh, GB Choi,: Inflammation restores sociability in a mouse model of neurodevelopmental disorders. Nature 2020 Notes: Accepted * co-first author.

YS Yim, A Park, J Berrios, KM Pascual, N Soares, JY Kim, S Kim, H Kim, A Waisman, DR Littman, MT Harnett, IR Wickersham, JR Huh, GB Choi,: Reversing behavioral abnormalities in mice exposed to maternal inflammation. Nature 549: 482-487, 2017.

S Park, Y Guo, X Jia, HK Choe, B Grena, J Kang, J Park, C Lu, A Canales, R Chen, YS Yim, GB Choi, Y Fink, P Anikeeva: One-step optogenetics with multifunctional flexible polymer fibers. Nature neuroscience 20(4): 612, 2017.

JY Kim, JH Lee, HJ Song, DG Kim, YS Yim: Relationships between psychosocial difficulties and oxidative stress biomarkers in woman subject to intimate partner violence. Health & Social Work 42(1): 41-47, 2017.

S Kim*, H Kim*, YS Yim, S Ha, K Atarashi, K Honda, DR Littman, GB Choi, JR Huh: Maternal gut-residing bacteria drive autism-like phenotypes in mouse offspring. Nature 549: 528-532, 2017 Notes: * co-first author.

GB Choi*, YS Yim*, H Wong*, S Kim, H Kim, SV Kim, CA Hoeffer+, DR Littman+, JR Huh+: The maternal interleukin-17a pathway in mice promotes autism-like phenotypes in offspring. Science 351(6276), 2016 Notes: * co-first author, + co-corresponding author.

A Diodato, MR De Brimont, YS Yim, N Derian, S Perrin, J Pouch, D Klatzmann, S Garel, GB Choi, A Fleishmann: Molecular signatures of neural connectivity in the olfactory cortex. Nature communications 7, 2016.

HK Choe*, MD Reed*, N Benavidez, D Montgomery, N Soares, YS Yim, GB Choi: Oxytocin mediates entrainment of sensory stimuli to social cues of opposing valence. Neuron 87(1): 152-163, 2015.

YS Yim*, Y Kwon*, J Nam, HI Yoon, K Lee, DG Kim, E Kim, CH Kim+, J Ko+: Slitrks control excitatory and inhibitory synapse formation with LAR receptor protein tyrosine phosphatases. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 110(10): 4057-4062, 2013 Notes: * co-first author, + co-corresponding author.

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