2016/2017

RGC/GRF 17102516

Role of The USP7-RNF169 Axis in DNA Double-Strand Break Responses

Dr. M.S.Y. Huen

RGC/GRF 17128816

Biomedical Sciences Reversible microcircuitry of fear learning and unlearning in the mouse auditory cortex

Dr. S.W.C. Lai

RGC/GRF 17131816

Biomedical Sciences Integration of new neurons into the mature vestibular circuitry requires GABAergic signaling for relevant outcome in behavior

Prof. Y.S. Chan

RGC/GRF 17135816

Biomedical Sciences Investigating the role of the kinesin motor KIF5B in dendritic mRNA trafficking in neurons

Dr. K.O. Lai

2015/2016

RGC /GRF
27103715

Mechanism of fear associative learning in the frontal association cortex and its implications in schizophreni

Dr. S.W.C. Lai

RGC /GRF

17128515
Method and software tool for estimating and dissecting the heritability of complex diseases Prof. P.C. Sham

RGC /GRF

27119715
Investigating the regulatory role of protein arginine methylation in dendritic spine development Dr. K.O. Lai

RGC /GRF

17124115
Inhibition of colony-stimulating factor 1 receptor (CSF1R) signaling in microglia delays the progression of the chronic neurodegeneration in retinitis pigmentosa Dr. B. Lin

RGC /GRF

17124715
A longitudinal multimodal MRI investigation for clinical and functional outcome prediction in individuals at clinical high-risk for psychosis: a prospective 2-year follow-up study Dr. W.C. Chang

RGC /GRF

17104215
Role of Human Ubiquitin Machineries in DNA Damage Signaling and Repair Dr. M.S.Y. Huen

RGC /GRF

17125115
Semaphorin and perineuronal nets regulate developmental plasticity of central vestibular circuitry Prof. D.K.Y. Shum

RGC /GRF

17112615
Exploring the mechanisms of self-referential gaze perception and its potential as an endophenotype in patients with schizophrenia-spectrum disorder Dr. K.W. Chan

RGC /GRF

17127015
Characterization of the interaction between Kif5b and NMDAR in ischemic provoked neurodegeneration Prof. J. Huang

RGC /GRF

17113315
An exploration of psychotic symptoms and their vulnerability traits by evaluating large-scale semantic networks in psychotic disorders Prof. E.Y.H. Chen

RGC /GRF

17108315
Neurochemical basis of the change in attention control and memory encoding in normal aging Dr. H.K.F. Mak

NSFC / RGC

106140290
Schizophrenia-related de novo and compound heterozygous mutations Prof. P.C. Sham
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