Zhenyu  Gao

contact

  • z.gao@erasmusmc.nl
  • +31 010 7043289
  • Room: Ee-1271a
  • Dr. Molewaterplein 40, Faculty Building, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

Dr. Zhenyu Gao (Z.)

Publications

1. The basal interstitial nucleus (BIN) of the cerebellum provides diffuse ascending inhibitory input to the floccular granule cell layer.

Jaarsma D, Blot FGC, Wu B, Venkatesan S, Voogd J, Meijer D, Ruigrok TJH, Gao Z, Schonewille M, De Zeeuw CI
in The Journal of comparative neurology 2018

2. A cortico-cerebellar loop for motor planning.

Gao Z, Davis C, Thomas AM, Economo MN, Abrego AM, Svoboda K, De Zeeuw CI, Li N
in Nature 2018

3. The impacts of tumor and tumor associated epilepsy on subcortical brain structures and long distance connectivity in patients with low grade glioma

Bouwen BLJ , Pieterman KJ, Smits M, Dirven CMF, Gao Z, Vincent AJPE
in Frontiers in Neurology 2018

4. Impact of parallel fiber to Purkinje cell long-term depression is unmasked in absence of inhibitory input.

Boele HJ, Peter S, Ten Brinke MM, Verdonschot L, IJpelaar ACH, Rizopoulos D, Gao Z, Koekkoek SKE, De Zeeuw CI
in Science advances 2018

5. Dynamic modulation of activity in cerebellar nuclei neurons during pavlovian eyeblink conditioning in mice.

Ten Brinke MM, Heiney SA, Wang X, Proietti-Onori M, Boele HJ, Bakermans J, Medina JF, Gao Z, De Zeeuw CI
in eLife 2017

6. Cerebellar granule cells acquire a widespread predictive feedback signal during motor learning.

Giovannucci A, Badura A, Deverett B, Najafi F, Pereira TD, Gao Z, Ozden I, Kloth AD, Pnevmatikakis E, Paninski L, De Zeeuw CI, Medina JF, Wang SS
in Nature neuroscience 2017

7. Excitatory Cerebellar Nucleocortical Circuit Provides Internal Amplification during Associative Conditioning.

Gao Z, Proietti-Onori M, Lin Z, Ten Brinke MM, Boele HJ, Potters JW, Ruigrok TJ, Hoebeek FE, De Zeeuw CI
in Neuron 2016

8. Distinct roles of α-and βCaMKII in controlling long-term potentiation of GABAA-receptor mediated transmission in murine Purkinje cells

Gao Z, van Woerden G, Elgersma Y, De Zeeuw C, Hoebeek F
in Frontiers in cellular neuroscience 2014

9. Cerebellar modules operate at different frequencies

Zhou, H., Lin, Z., Voges, K., Ju, C., Gao, Z., Bosman, L. W. J., Ruigrok, T. J., Hoebeek, F. E., De Zeeuw, C. I. and Schonewille, M
in eLife 2014

10. Silencing the majority of cerebellar granule cells uncovers their essential role in motor learning and consolidation

Galliano E, Gao Z, Schonewille M, Todorov B, Simons E, Pop AS, D'Angelo E, van den Maagdenberg AM, Hoebeek FE, De Zeeuw CI.
in Cell Reports 2013
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