許鍾瑜 (Jung-Yu Hsu, Ph.D.)
細胞生物與解剖學研究所助理教授 分機：5336 E-mail: email@example.com
Dr. Hsu's research has long focused on axonal plasticity in the central nervous system, particularly in the field of axonal regeneration and wound healing after spinal cord injury. He is investigating how non-neuronal cells and matrix molecules regulate axonal regrowth and tissue repair during wound healing. His research will elucidate the mechanism underlying the formation of an astroglial scar in injured spinal cord and the roles of astrocytes in repairing damaged blood vessels during wound healing. His ultimate goal is to better understand how to create a promotive environment that fosters axonal regeneration and recovery of motor function after spinal cord injury.
1. Lin, Y.C., Ko, T.L., Shih, Y.H., Lin, M.Y.A.; Fu, T.W., Hsiao, H.S.; Hsu, J.Y., Fu, Y.S., 2011. Human umbilical mesenchymal stem cells promote recovery after ischemic stroke. Stroke 42, 2045-2053.
2. Hsu, J.Y., Bourguignon, L.Y., Adams, C.M., Peyrollier, K., Zhang, H., Fandel, T., Cun, C.L., Werb, Z., Noble-Haeusslein, L.J., 2008. Matrix metalloproteinase-9 facilitates glial scar formation in the injured spinal cord. Journal of Neuroscience 28, 13467-13477.
3. Hsu, J.Y., McKeon, R., Goussev, S., Werb, Z., Lee, J.U., Trivedi, A., Noble-Haeusslein, L.J., 2006. Matrix metalloproteinase-2 facilitates wound healing events that promote functional recovery after spinal cord injury. Journal of Neuroscience 26, 9841-9850. (Selected by the Editor as one of the only 4 articles highlighted with commentaries in the section “This Week in the Journal”)
4. Hsu, J.Y., Stein, S.A., Xu, X.M., 2006. Development of the corticospinal tract in the mouse spinal cord: a quantitative ultrastructural analysis. Brain Research 1084, 16-27.