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Jing Wang, Ph.D.
613-7378899 ext 71954

ORCID logo https://orcid.org/0000-0003-2410-4771


Selected Publications

Syal, C*, Kosaraju, J*, Hamilton, L, Aumont, A, Chu, A, Sarma, SN, Thomas, J, Seegobin, M, Dilworth, FJ, He, L, Wondisford, FE, Zimmermann, R, Parent, M, Fernandes, K, Wang, J. (2020) Dysregulated expression of monoacylglycerol lipase is a marker for anti-diabetic drug metformin-targeted therapy to correct impaired neurogenesis and spatial memory in Alzheimer's disease, Theranostics, 10: 6337-6360. (* equal contribution) Impact Factor: 8.579

Gouveia, A, Seegobin, M, Kannangara, TS, He, L, Wondisford, F, Comin, CH, Costa, LDF, Be´i¨que, JC, Lagace, DC, Lacoste, B, Wang, J. (2017) The aPKC-CBP Pathway Regulates Post-stroke Neurovascular Remodeling and Functional Recovery, Stem Cell Reports, 9:1735-1744. Impact Factor: 7.3

Gouveia, A*, Hsu, K*,Niibori,Y, Seegobin, M, Cancino, GI, He, L, Wondisford, FE, Bennett, S, Lagace, D, Frankland, PW, Wang, J. (2016) The aPKC-CBP Pathway Regulates Adult Hippocampal Neurogenesis in an Age-Dependent Manner, Stem Cell Reports,  (* equal contribution) 7:719-734. Impact Factor: 7.3

Fatt, M*, Hsu, K*, He, L, Wondisford, F, Miller, FD, Kaplan, DR, Wang, J. (2015) Metformin acts on two different molecular pathways to enhance adult neural precursor proliferation/self-renewal and differentiation, Stem Cell Reports 5: 1-8  (* equal contribution) Impact Factor: 5

Wang J; Gallagher D; DeVito LM; Cancino GI; Tsui D; He L; Keller GM; Frankland
PW; Kaplan DR; Miller FD. (2012 Jul 6), Metformin activates an atypical PKC-CBP pathway to promote neurogenesis and enhance spatial memory formation, Cell Stem Cell11 (1):23-35. Impact Factor: 25

All Other Publications

Syal, C., Wang, J. (2021) Biomarker-guided drug therapy: personalized medicine for treating Alzheimer's disease. Neural Regeneration Research 16: 2010-2011.

Kosaraju, J.#, Seegobin, M.#, Gouveia, A., Syal1, C., Sarma, S.N., Lu, K.J. Ilin, J., He, L., Wondisford, F.E., Lagace, D., De Repentigny, Y., Kothary, R., and Wang, J. (2020). (# co-first author). Metformin promotes CNS remyelination and improves social interaction following focal demyelination through CBP Ser436 phosphorylation. Experimental Neurology 334:113454. Impact Factor: 4.69

Yuan, X., Wang, J., Man Chan, H. (2018) Sub-nanomolar methylmercury exposures promote premature differentiation of murine embryonic neural precursor in the expense of their proliferation. Toxics 6:61 Impact Factor: 2.84   https://doi.org/10.3390/toxics6040061.   

Ould-Brahim, F, Sarma, SN, Syal, C, Lu, K, Seegorbin, M, Carter, A, Jeffers, M, Dore, C, Stanford, W, Corbett, D and Wang, J. (2018) Metformin Preconditioning of human iPSC-derived neural stem cells promotes their engraftment and improve post-stroke regeneration and recovery. Stem Cells and Development 27: 1085-1096.   Impact Factor: 3.315

Syal, C*, Seegobin, M*, Sarma, SN, Gouveia, A, Hsu, K, Niibori, Y, He, L, Wondisford, FE, Frankland,PW and Wang, J (* equal contribution) (2018). Ectopic expression of aPKC-mediated phosphorylation in p300 modulates hippocampal neurogenesis, CREB binding and fear memory differently with age. Scientific Reports 8: 13489. Impact Factor:4.122 
doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-31657-2

Wang J (2014), "Multiple Facets of CBP in Forebrain Interneuron Development",
Neurogenesis 1, e29168 

Tsui D, Voronova A, Gallagher D, Kaplan DR, Miller FD, Wang J. (2014 Jan 15) CBP regulates the differentiation of interneurons from ventral forebrain neural precursors during murine development. Dev Biol 385(2):230-41. Impact Factor: 3.9

Wang J: Weaver IC; Gauthier-Fisher A; Wang H; He L; Yeomans J; Wondisford F; Kaplan DR; Miller FD. (2010 Jan 19), CBP histone acetyltransferase activity regulates embryonic neural differentiation in the normal and Rubinstein-Taybi syndrome brain. Dev Cell 18(1):114-25 Impact Factor: 10.7

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