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Lin-Chien Huang
Research Associate (2011 – present)

Training: PhD in Auditory Neuroscience and Physiology in the University of Auckland, New Zealand.

Past positions:

2010    Assistant Research Fellow in the Synaptic Function Laboratory, Department of Physiology, the University of Auckland, New Zealand, supervised by Dr. Johanna Montgomery and Prof. Peter Thorne.
Microscopist in the Biomedical Imaging Research Unit in the University of Auckland, New Zealand.


Huang, L-C., Thorne, P.R., Vlajkovic, S.M. and Housley, G.D. (2010) Differential expression of P2Y receptors in the rat cochlea during development.  Purinergic Signaling 6(2): 231-248.
Huang, L-C., Thorne, P.R., Housley, G.D. and Montgomery, J.M. (2007) Spatiotemporal programming of neurite outgrowth, refinement and retention in the developing mouse cochlea. Development 134:2529-33. (cited by 14 articles)
Greenwood, D., Jagger D.J., Huang, L-C., Hoya, H., Thorne, P.R., King, B.F., Wildman, S.S., Pak, K., Ryan, A.F. and Housley, G.D. (2007) P2X Receptor Signaling Inhibits BDNF-Mediated Spiral Ganglion Neuron Development in the Neonatal Rat Cochlea. Development 134: 1407-17. (cited by 15 articles)
Huang, L-C., Ryan, A.F., Cockayne, D. and Housley, G.D. (2006) Developmentally regulated expression of the P2X3 receptor in the mouse cochlea. Histochemistry & Cell Biology 125: 681-92. (cited by 12 articles)
Huang, L-C., Greenwood, D., Thorne, P.R. and Housley, G.D. (2005) Developmental regulation of neuron-specific P2X3 receptor expression in the rat cochlea. Journal of Comparative Neurology 484:133-143. (cited by 16 articles)