Jing Liu

Silver’s Lab

Post-Doctoral Fellow
223 CARL Building
BOX 3054
Durham, N.C 27710
919-613-6011
jing.liu431@duke.edu

 

Research Interests:
The cerebral cortex directs the brain’s higher cognitive and emotional functions. The size of neocortex and number of neurons are different among species. My research interest is focused on answering the question ‘what makes human brain unique’. I will work on looking for key regulators which function in cortical expansion and evolution.

Personal Interests:
Cooking and reading

Publication List:

Wu Q, Liu J, Fang A, Li R, Bai Y, Kriegstein AR, and Wang X. Chapter2:The Dynamics of Neuronal Migration, Cellular and Molecular Control of Neuronal Migration, 1st Edition. 2014, Springer, ISBN 978-94-007-7687-6  Wang Y*, Wu Q*, Yang P, Wang C, Liu J, Ding W, Liu W, Bai Y, Yang Y, Wang H, Gao S, Wang X. LSD1 co-repressor Rcor2

orchestrates neurogenesis in the developing mouse brain. 2016,Nature Communication, 2016, Jan 22;7:10481. doi: 10.1038/ncomms10481.  Jing Liu*, Wensu Liu*, Lu Yang*, Qian Wu*, Haofeng Zhang, Ai Fang, Long Li, Xiaohui Xu, Le Sun, Jun Zhang, Fuchou Tang & Xiaoqun Wang. The primate-specific gene TMEM14B marks outer radial glia cells and promotes cortical expansion and folding. Cell Stem Cell, 2017, Oct 10. pii: S1934-5909(17)30331-4. doi: 10.1016/j.stem.2017.08.013.