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Luo Fei
Professor
Tel:  86-10-64844991
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Mailing Address:  16 Lincui Road, Chaoyang District, Beijing 100101, P.R. China
Email:  luof@psych.ac.cn
Website:  http://luof.psych.ac.cn
Resume:
EDUCATION:
1984.8~1990.8   Beijing Medical University  Beijing, China  MD
1990.8~1995.8   Beijing Medical University  Department of Physiology Beijing, China
                Ph.D., Neurophysiology
EMPLOYMENT:
1995-1998     Senior Lecturer Department of Physiology, Beijing Medical University
1998-2004     Associate Professor Department of Neurobiology ,Peking University Health Science
              Center
1999-2000     Visiting Research Fellow, Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, Wake Forest
              University School of Medicine, Winston-Salem, NC, USA
2003          Visiting Professor ,Department of Physiology and Pharmacology Wake Forest University
              School of Medicine Winston-Salem, NC, USA ,
2004-2005     Professor, Department of Neurobiology, Peking University Health Science Center
2005-         Professor, Institute of Psychology ,Chinese Academy of Science, Beijing, China
Research Interests:

We are working on better understanding of mind and brain. As a scientist, we keep asking ourselves the three ultimate questions:

1.Who are we?
2.What are we supposed to do?
3.How do we do it?

To get deeper into these questions, we currently are working on the following problems via psychoneurobiological methods:

1.The perception, experience, and modulation of pain; the changes in the mind and the brain induced by pain; and the accompanied sensory, emotional, and cognitive process.
2.Cognitive methods to promote psychosomatic well-being, including the oriental medication, yoga, Zen, and group approaches.
3.Modern technology for psychological intervention, including those with stimulation and biofeedback.

We are using methods of multiple channel, single-unit recording in awake and behaving animals, human and animal EEG and ERP recording, functional MR imaging, and other behavioral, neuropharmacological and neurobiochemical methods.

We are open for collaborations throughout the world with experts in all possible scientific areas. Our goal is exploring scientific problems together, while learning and growing-up personally together.

Young investigators are warmly welcomed to join us!

Community service:
Chinese Society for Physiology
Chinese Association for the Study of Pain
Chinese Society for Neuroscience
Society for Neuroscience
Chinese Society for Psychology
Association for Psychological Science
Achievements:

1998 Excellent Young Teacher, Beijing Medical University
2001 Most Welcomed Teacher, Peking University Health Science Center
2002 Excellent Teacher, Peking University Health Science Center
2008 Excellent Communist Party Member, Institute of Psychology

Selected Publications:

RESEARCH PAPERS:
1. Su YL, Huang J, Wang N, Wang JY*, Luo F* (2012) The effects of morphine on basal neuronal activities in the lateral and medial pain pathways. Neurosci Lett, 525(2):173-178.
2. Li SG, Wang JY*, Luo F* (2012) Adult-age inflammatory pain experience enhances long-term pain vigilance in rats. PLoS ONE, 7(5): e36767.
3. Zuo YF, Wang XS, Cui CL, Luo F, Yu P, Wang XW (2011) Cocaine-induced impulsive choices are accompanied by impaired delay-dependent anticipatory activity in basolateral amygdale. J Cog Neurosci, 24 (1): 196-211.
4. Wang Y, Wang JY*, Luo F* (2011) Why self-induced pain feels less painful than externally generated pain: distinct brain activation patterns in self- and externally generated pain. PLoS ONE, 6 (8): e23536.
5. Zhang Y, Wang N, Wang JY*, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Luo F* (2011) Ensemble encoding of nociceptive stimulus intensity in the rat medial and lateral pain systems. Mol Pain, 7 (1): 64. http://www.molecularpain.com/content/7/1/64.
6. Li XH, Luo F*, Shi LH, Woodward DJ, Chang JY* (2011) Ensemble neural activity of the frontal cortical basal ganglia system predicts reaction time task performance in rats. Neurosci Res, 71 (2): 149-160.
7. Guo JY, Yuan XY, Sui F, Zhang WC, Wang JY, Luo F, Luo J (2011) Placebo analgesia affects the behavioral despair tests and hormonal secretions in mice. Psychopharmacology, 217 (1): 83-90.
8. Su YL, Wang N, Gao G, Wang JY, Luo F* (2010) The effect of depression on the thermal nociceptive thresholds in rats with spontaneous pain. Neuroscei Bull, 26 (6): 429-436.
9. Shi M, Qi WJ, Gao G, Wang JY*, Luo F* (2010) Increased thermal and mechanical nociceptive thresholds in rats with depressive-like behaviors. Brain Res, 1353: 225-233.
10. Wang N, Zhang Y, Wang JY, Gao G, Luo F* (2010) Effects of pentobarbital anesthesia on nociceptive processing in the medial and lateral pain pathways in rats. Neurosci Bull, 26 (3): 188-196.
11. Wang W, Qi WJ, Xu Y, Wang JY*, Luo F* (2010) The differential effects of depression on evoked and spontaneous pain behaviors in olfactory bulbectomized rats. Neurosci Lett, 472 (2): 143-147.
12. Li XH, Wang JY, Gao G, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Luo F* (2010) High-frequency stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus restores neural and behavioral functions during reaction time task in a rat model of Parkinson’s disease. J Neurosci Res, 88 (7): 1510-1521.
13. Li GL, Qiao ZM, Han JS, Luo F* (2010) Dissociated behavior of low-frequency responses and high-frequency oscillations after systemic morphine administration in conscious rats. NeuroReport, 21 (1): 2-7.
14. Shi M, Wang JY*, Luo F* (2010) Depression shows divergent effects on evoked and spontaneous pain behaviors in rats. J Pain, 11 (3): 219-229.
15. Guo JY, Wang JY, Luo F* (2010) Dissection of placebo analgesia in mice: the conditions for activation of opioid and non-opioid systems. J Psychopharmacol, 24 (10):1561-1567.
16. Wang JY, Huang J, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Luo F* (2009) Morphine modulation of pain processing in medial and lateral pain pathways. Mol Pain, 5 (1): 60. http://www.molecularpain.com/content/5/1/60
17. Guo JY*, Li CY, Ruan YP, Sun M, Qi XL, Zhao BS, Luo F* (2009) Chronic treatment with celecoxib reverses chronic unpredictable stress-induced depressive-like behavior via reducing cyclooxygenase-2 expression in rat brain. Eur J Pharmacol, 612 (1-3):54-60.
18. Wang N, Wang JY*, Luo F* (2009) Corticofugal outputs facilitate acute, but inhibit chronic pain in rats. Pain, 142 (1-2): 108-115.
19. Wang JY, Zhang HT, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Baccalá LA, Luo F* (2008) Anticipation of pain enhances the nociceptive transmission and functional connectivity within pain network in rats. Mol Pain, 4 (1):34. http://www.molecularpain.com/content/4/1/34
20. Qiao ZM, Wang JY, Han JS, Luo F* (2008) Dynamic processing of nociception in cortical network in conscious rats: a laser-evoked field potential study. Cell Mol Neurobiol, 28(5):671-687.
21. Zhang HT, Wang JY, Luo F* (2008). Anticipation of pain modulates cortical and thalamic nociceptive neurons in awake rats. Chin J Pain Med, 14 (3): 155-158.
22. Wang JY, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Luo F* (2008) Temporal strategy for discriminating noxious from non-noxious electrical stimuli by cortical and thalamic neural ensembles in rats. Neurosci Lett, 435 (2): 163-168.
23. Hua QP, Zeng XZ, Liu JY, Wang JY, Guo JY, Luo F* (2008) Dynamic Changes in Brain Activations and Functional Connectivity during Affectively Different Tactile Stimuli. Cell Mol Neurobiol, 28 (1): 57-70.
24. Wang N, Wang JY, Luo F*, Chang JY (2007) A behavioral study of timing task in rats. Chin J Behav Med Sci, 16 (3): 193-195.
25. Liu HX, Tian JB, Luo F, Jiang YH, Deng ZG, Xiong L, Liu C, Wang JS, Han JS (2007) Repeated 100 Hz TENS for the Treatment of Chronic Inflammatory Hyperalgesia and Suppression of Spinal Release of Substance P in Monoarthritic Rats. Evid Based Complement Alternat Med, 4: 65-75.
26. Wang JY, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Baccala LA, Han JS, Luo F* (2007) Corticofugal influences on thalamic neurons during noiceptive transmission in awake rats. Synapse, 61 (5): 335-342.
27. Zuo YF, Wang JY, Chen JH, Qiao ZM, Han JS, Cui CL, Luo F* (2007) A comparison between spontaneous electroencephalographic activities induced by morphine and morphine-related environment in rats. Brain Res, 1136: 88-101.
28. Shi LH, Luo F, Woodward DJ, McIntyre DC, Chang JY (2007) Temporal sequence of ictal discharges propagation in the corticolimbic basal ganglia system during amygdala kindled seizures in freely moving rats. Epilepsy Res. 73: 85-97.
29. Wang JY, Luo F* (2006) The activation of thalamo-cortical neural network by noxious mechanical stimulation: a multichannel recording study. Chin J Pain Med, 12 (6): 348-352.
30. Shi LH, Luo F, Woodward DJ, Chang JY (2006) Deep brain stimulation of the substantia nigra pars reticulata exerts long lasting suppression of amygdala kindled seizures. Brain Res, 1090 (1): 202-207.
31. Huang J, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Baccalá LA, Han JS, Wang JY, Luo F* (2006) Dynamic neuronal responses in cortical and thalamic areas during different phases of formalin test in rats. Exp Neurol, 200: 124-134.
32. Shi LH, Luo F, Woodward DJ, Chang JY. (2006) Basal ganglia neural responses during behaviorally effective deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus in rats performing a treadmill locomotion test. Synapse, 59(7):445-457.
33. Chang JY, Shi LH, Luo F, Woodward DJ (2006) Neural responses in multiple basal ganglia regions following unilateral dopamine depletion in behaving rats performing a treadmill locomotion task. Exp Brain Res, 172 (2): 193-207.
34. Ming XY, Wang W, Han JS, Luo F* (2005) Tramadol and dihydroetorphine produce synergistic analgesic effect and postpones acute opiate tolerance in rats. Acta Physiologica Sinica, 57 (6):696-704.
35. Yang H, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Baccalá LA, Han JS, Luo F* (2005) Coding of peripheral electrical stimulation frequency in thalamocortical pathways. Exp Neurol, 196(1):138-152.
36. Shi LH, Luo F, Woodward DJ, Chang JY (2005) Dose and behavioral context dependent inhibition of movement and basal ganglia neural activity by D-9-THC during spontaneous and treadmill locomotion tasks in rats. Synapse, 55 (1): 1-16.
37. Ji D, Sui ZY, Ma YY, Luo F, Cui CL, Han JS (2004) NMDA receptor in nucleus accumbens is implicated in morphine withdrawal in rats. Neurochem Res, 29 (11): 2113-2120.
38. Shi XD, Wang GB, Ma YY, Ren W, Luo F, Cui CL, Han JS (2004) Repeated peripheral electrical stimulations suppress both morphine-induced CPP and reinstatement of extinguished CPP in rats: accelerated expression of PPE and PPD mRNA in NAc implicated. Mol Brain Res, 130 (1-2): 124-133.
39. Liu SX, Shen S, Yu YX, Han JS, Luo F* (2004) Relations between the effect of morphine-induced analgesia and the content of CCK-8 in cerebro-spinal fluid after sciatic nerve transaction in rats. Chin J Pain Med, 10 (6): 352-356.
40. Tao CL, Han JS, Luo F* (2004) Pain-evoked potentials in an oddball design. Chin J Pain Med, 10 (5): 294-298.
41. Shi LH, Luo F, Woodward DJ, Chang JY (2004) Neural responses in multiple basal ganglia regions during spontaneous and treadmill locomotion tasks in rats. Exp Brain Res, 157 (3):303-314.
42. Wang JY, Zhang HT, Han JS, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Luo F* (2004) Differential modulation of nociceptive neural responses in medial and lateral pain pathways by peripheral electrical stimulation: a multichannel recording study. Brain Res, 1014 (1-2): 197-208.
43. Shi LH, Woodward DJ, Luo F, Anstrom K, Schallert T, Chang JY (2004) High-frequency stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus reverses limb-use asymmetry in rats with unilateral 6-hydroxydopamine lesions. Brain Res, 1013 (1): 98-106.
44. Sun RQ, Wang HC, Wan Y, Jing Z, Luo F, Han JS, Wang Y (2004) Suppression of neuropathic pain by peripheral electrical stimulation in rats: m-opioid receptor and NMDA receptor implicated. Exp Neurol, 187 (1): 23-29..
45. Wang JY, Luo F*, Zhang HT, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Han JS (2004) Nociceptive responses of anterior cingulate cortical ensembles in behaving rats. J Peking Univ (Health Sci), 36 (1): 47-51
46. Zhang WT, Jin Z, Luo F*, Zhang L, Zeng YW, Han JS* (2004) Evidence from brain imaging with fMRI supporting functional specificity of acupoints in humans. Neurosci Lett, , 354 (1): 50-53.
47. Wang JY, Luo F*, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Han JS (2003) Parallel pain processing in freely moving rats revealed by distributed neuron recording. Brain Res, 992 (2): 263-271.
48. Wang B, Luo F*, Ge XC, Fu AH, Han JS (2003) Effect of 6-OHDA lesions of the dopaminergic mesolimbic system on drug priming induced reinstatement of extinguished morphine CPP in rats. J Peking Univ (Health Sci), 35 (5): 449-452.
49. Chang JY, Shi LH, Luo F, Woodward DJ (2003) High frequency stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus improves treadmill locomotion in unilateral 6-hydroxydopamine lesioned rats. Brain Res, 983: 174-184.
50. Zhang WT, Jin Z, Huang J, Zhang L, Zeng YW, Luo F*, Chen CAN, Han JS (2003) Modulation of cold pain in human brain by electric acupoint stimulation: evidence from fMRI. NeuroReport, 14 (12): 1591-1596.
51. Zhang WT, Jin Z, Cui GH, Zhang KL, Zhang L, Zeng YW, Luo F*, Chen CAN, Han JS (2003) Relations between brain network activation and analgesic effect induced by low versus high frequency electrical acupoint stimulation in different subjects: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Brain Res, 982 (2): 168-178.
52. Shi XD, Ren W, Wang GB, Luo F, Han JS, Cui CL (2003) Brain opioid-receptors are involved in mediating peripheral electric stimulation-induced inhibition of morphine conditioned place preference in rats. Brain Res, 981: 23-28.
53. Zhang WT, Luo F*, Qi YW, Wang Y, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Chen CAN, Han JS (2003) Modulation of pain signal processing by electric acupoint stimulation: an electroencephalogram study. J Peking Univ Health Sci, 35 (3): 236-240.
54. Qi YW, Luo F*, Zhang WT, Wang Y, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Chen CAN, Han JS (2003) Sliding-window technique for the analysis of cerebral evoked potentials. J Peking Univ Health Sci, 35 (3): 231-235.
55. Wang B, Zhang BG, Ge XC, Luo F, Han JS (2003) Inhibition by peripheral electric stimulation of the reinstatement of morphine-induced place preference in rats and drug-craving in heroin addicts. J Peking Univ Health Sci, 35 (3): 241-247.
56. Shi XD, Luo F, Cui CL, Han JS (2003) Electroacupuncture suppresses morphine-induced conditioned place preference (CPP) in rats. J Peking Univ Health Sci, 35 (3): 248-251.
57. Chang JY, Chen L, Luo F, Shi LH, Woodward DJ (2002) Neuronal responses in the frontal cortico-basal ganglia system during delayed matching-to-sample task: ensemble recording in freely moving rats. Exp Brain Res, 142: 67-80
58. Ji D, Sui ZY, Cui CL, Luo F, Han JS (2002) Suppression of morphine withdrawal signs by low doses of ketamine, a N-methyl-D-aspartate receptor antagonist. J Peking Univ [Health Sci], 34 (4): 326-332.
59. Sun RQ, Wang HC, Wang Y, Luo F, Han JS (2002) Effect of electroacupuncture with different frequencies on neuropathic pain in a rat model. Chin J Appl Physiol, 18 (2): 128-131.
60. Ren YH, Wang B, Luo F*, Cui CL, Zheng JW, Han JS (2002) Peripheral electric stimulation attenuates the expression of cocaine-induced place preference in rats. Brain Research, 957 (1): 129-135.
61. Wang B, Luo F*, Ge XC, Fu AH, Han JS (2002) Effects of lesions of various brain areas on drug priming or footshock-induced reactivation of extinguished conditioned place preference. Brain Research, 950 (1-2):1-9
62. Huang WQ, An JX, Xu JP, Luo F, Chen L, Liu J (2001) Randomized controlled study of postoperative pain relief effect of intravenous PCA and subcutaneous PCA fentanyl after cardiac surgery. Chin J Pain Med, 7 (1): 11-15.
63. Jiang YX, Wang Y, Luo F, Liu HX, Fang M, Han JS (2001) Changes of three neuropeptides of the spinal cord in rats with adjuvant monoarthritis. J Peking Univ [Health Sci], 33 (4): 351-353.
64. Ning Y, Luo F, Han JS (2001) Therapeutic effect of transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation on adjuvant mono-arthritis in rats depends on the site of stimulation. J Peking Univ [Health Sci], 33 (1): 46-49.
65. Jin Z, Zhang WT, Luo F, Zhang KL, Zhang L, Zeng YW, Han JS (2001) Frequency-specific responses of human brain to peripheral transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation: a functional magnetic resonance imaging study. Acta Physiologica Sinoica, 53 (4): 275-280.
66. Wang B, Luo F, Zhang WT, Han JS (2000) Stress or drug priming induces reinstatement of extinguished conditioned place preference. Neuroreport, 2000, 12: 2781-2784.
67. Han NL, Luo F, Bian ZP, Han JS (2000) Synergistic effect of cholecystokinin octapeptide and angiotensin II in reversal of morphine induced analgesia in rats. Pain, 85: 465-469.
68. Zhao CS, Sun RQ, Li BS, Wang Y, Luo F, Wang XM, Chang JK, Han JS (2000) Effect of nocistatin in pain modulation. Chin Sci Bull, 45 (8): 716-720.
69. Wang B, Luo F, Xia YQ, Han JS (2000) Peripheral electric stimulation inhibits morphine-induced place preference in rats. Neuroreport, 11:1017-1020.
70. Wang JC, Zhou HJ, Liu GL, Yuan Y, Yan SC, Luo F, Chen XH, Han JS (2000) Post-traumatic spinal spastic pain treated with Han’s acupoint nerve stimulator (HANS). Chin J Pain Med, 6 (4): 217-224.
71. Liu HX, Jiang YH, Xiong L, Luo F, Han JS (2000) Investigation of the proper parameters of transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation in the treatment of chronic inflammatory pain – I. Comparison of the effect of different frequencies. Chin J Acupunct, 20 (1): 41-46.
72. Liu HX, Liu C, Luo F, Han JS (2000) Investigation of the proper parameters of transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation in the treatment of chronic inflammatory pain – II. Comparison of the effect of different intensities. Chinese Journal of Acupuncture, 20 (2): 111-114.
73. Liu SX, Luo F, Shen S, Yu YX, Han JS (2000) Relationship between the individual variation of the effect of electroacupuncture analgesia and basal pain threshold in rats. Chin J Pain Med, 6 (2): 92-95.
74. Cui ZZ, Liang DY, Wang B, Jin L, Luo F, Wan gXM, Han JS (2000) Separation of differentially expressed gene in the brain of morphine dependent rats with inhibitory subtraction blot: a preliminary study. Chinese Journal of Neuroscience, 16 (1): 28-32.
75. Zhang BG, Luo F, Liu CY, Han JS (2000) Treatment of heroin addiction with only Han’s acupoint nerve stimulator in 121 patients. Chinese Journal of Chinese & Western Medicine, 20 (8): 593-595.
76. Zhao CS, Li BS, Zhao GY, Liu HX, Luo F, Wang Y, Tian JH, Chang JK, Han JS (1999) Nocistatin reverses the effect of orphanin FQ/nociceptin in antagonizing morphine analgesia. Neuroreport, 10 (2): 297-299.
77. Cui ZZ, Liang DY, Jin L, Luo F, Wang XM, Han JS (1999) Separation of morphine dependence-related gene with mRNA differential display. Journal of Beijing Medical University, 31: 216-219.
78. Wang NH, Luo F, Yin XZ, Han JS (1999) A controlled study on the treatment of shoulder pain and herniated lumber disc with transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation. Chin J Pain Med, 5 (4): 209-216
79. Zhang BG, Wang CX, Luo F, Kang MJ, Mao SL, Jiang JY, Han JS (1999) Muscular relaxation induced by transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation in awake and anesthetised human subject. Chinese Journal of Pain Medicine, 5 (2): 86-90.
80. Zhao CS, Sun RQ, Li BS, Wang Y, Luo F, Wang XM, Chang JK, Han JS (2000) Effect of nocistatin in pain modulation. Chin Sci Bull, 45 (8): 716-719.
81. Zhang JS, Feng JH, An JX, Luo F, Shu M, Li ZL (1998) Plasma content of b-endorphin in patients with acute abdominal disease or chronic spinal neuralgia. Chin J Pain Med, 4 (1): 19-22
82. Zhang BG, Mao SL, Wang CX, Ma L, Luo F (1998) Evaluation of the effect of transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation aided local anesthesiain patients under thyroid operation. Chin J Pain Med, 4 (2): 71-74
83. Liu HX, Xiong L, Luo F, Han JS (1998) An improvement of the scoring system in the ankle pain test in rats. Chin J Pain Med, 4: 173-178.
84. Luo F, An JX, Shen S, Han JS (1998) Analysis of the spontaneous release of spinal dynorphin in patients with acute or chronic pain. Chin J Applied Physiol, 14: 125-128.
85. Luo F, Han JS (1998) Synergistic effect of cholecystokinin octapeptide and angiotensin II in antagonizing morphine induced analgesia in rats: isobolographic analysis. J Beijing Med Univ, 30: 193-196.
86. Liu SX, Luo F, Shen S, Yu YX, Han JS (1999) Relationship between the analgesic effect of electroacupucnture and CCK-8 content in spinal perfusate in rats. Chinese Science Bulletin, 44: 240-243.
87. Luo F (1997) An alternative viewpoint about the structure of life: Physiological template theory. Medicine and Philosophy, 18: 15-17.
88. Wang JC, Zhou HJ, Liu GL, Yan SC, Yuan Y, Han JS, Chen XH, Luo F (1997) HANS in treating spasticity resulting from spinal cord injury. Chin J Rehab Theory Practice, 3 (3): 111-117.
89. Luo F, An JX, Zhang HX, Kang MJ, Zhang Y, Cheng WP, Liu J, Han JS (1997) A controlled study to evaluate the analgesic effect of transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation on post-operative pain in patients of cardiac operation: patient-controlled analgesia as the evaluation criterion. Chin J Pain Med, 3: 78-84.
90. An JX, Li JM, Luo F, Liu J, Han JS (1997) A survey of post cardiac-surgical pain in adult patients. Chin J Pain Med, 3: 99-103.
91. Luo F, An JX, Fan BF, Han JS (1997) Treatment of trigeminal neuralgia with transcutaneous electric acupoint stimulation on twenty-eight patients. Chin J Pain Med, 3: 107-111.
92. Su JS, An XJ, Fan ZL, Li PW, Zheng LJ, Yuan F, Wang RL, Zhu HX, Ji ZP, Luo F (1997) An application of dense-and-disperse transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation on the treatment of labor pain: clinical study and evaluation. Hebei Medical journal, 3 (5): 13-18.
93. Han NL, Bian ZP, Luo F, Han JS (1997) Synergistic effect of CCK-8 and Angiotensin II in the antagonism of morphine induced analgesia in rats. Chinese Journal of Pain Medicine, 3: 233-237.
94. Ming XY, Luo F, Han JS (1996) Potentiation of low frequency electroacupuncture-induced antinociception by tramadol in rats. Chin J Pain Med, 2: 38-43.
95. An JX, Luo F, Su XJ, Wu, F, Chen XH, Terenius L, Han JS (1996) Transcutaneous electric nerve stimulation of identified frequency selectively releases dynorphin in spinal cord and in patients with chronic pain. Chinese Journal of Pain Medicine, 2: 84-88.
96. Luo F, Li N, Tian JB, Liu HX, Tang NM, Han JS (1996) Effect of repeated electroacupuncture on spontaneous release of substance P, cholecystokinin octopeptide and methionine enkephalin in rats with adjuvant mono- arthritis. Chin J Pain Med, 2: 169-175.
97. Xu W, Luo F, Han JS (1996) Spinal serotonin 1A and 1C/2 receptors mediate 100Hz electroacupuncture-induced analgesia in rats. Chinese Journal of Pain Medicine, 2: 176-180.
98. Liu HX, Xu W, Luo F, Wang JS, Han JS (1996) A limited arthritic model for chronic pain studies in rats. Chinese Journal of Pain Medicine, 2: 223-228.
99. Luo F, Xu, W, Han JS (1995) Effects of electroacupuncture on a model of acute unilateral inflammation of the hindpaw in rats. Chin J Pain Med, 1: 43-48.
100. Luo F, Han JS (1992) The effect of electroacupuncture analgesia varied with circadian rhythm and estrous cycle in rat. Chin Sci Bull, 37: 1128-1130.
101. Zhou Y, Luo F, Han JS (1990) Enkephalinase inhibitors acetorphan and SCH 34826 potentiate the analgesic effect of low frequency electroacupuncture in rats. Acupunct Res, 15: 310-314.

REVIEWS:
1. Luo F, Jiang ZC, Wang JY (2013) Conditioned place paradigm in pain research. Adv Psychol Sci, 21 (2): 191-198.
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7. Shi M, Wang JY, Luo F (2009) Pain and depression. Chinese Remedies and Clinics, 9 (9): 789-792.
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10. Chang JY, Shi LH, Luo F, Zhang WM, Woodward DJ (2008) Studies of the neural mechanisms of deep brain stimulation in rodent models of Parkinson's disease. Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 32 (3): 352-366.
11. Cui CL, Wu LZ, Luo F, Han JS (2008) Acupuncture for the Treatment of Drug Addiction. Progress in Physiological Sciences, 39 (4): 325-330.
12. Wang N, Wang JY, Luo F (2008) Feedback modulation in thalamocortical pathways. Progress in Physiological Sciences, 39 (1): 61-63.
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16. Yu AC, Wan Y, Chui DH, Cui CL, Luo F, Wang KW, Wang XM, Wang Y, Wu LZ, Xing GG, Han JS (2007) The Neuroscience Research Institute at Peking University: A Place for the Solution of Pain and Drug Abuse. Cell Mol Neurobiol, 28(1):13-19.
17. Zhou JS, Wang JY, Luo F* (2007) Central stimulation-induced analgesia: methodology and mechanisms. Chin J Pain Med, 13 (4): 236-240.
18. Hua QP, Luo F* (2007) Alternative tactile system: C-fibers coding the affective aspect. Prog Physiol Sci, 38 (4): 323-326.
19. Wang JY, Luo F* (2007) Progress in pain psychology and its clinical and social implication. Continuing Medical Education, 21 (14): 8-11.
20. Zhang Y, Wang JY, Luo F* (2007) Cortical and thalamic structures involved in sensory-discriminative dimension of pain. Chin J Pain Med, 13 (3): 174-176.
21. Chang JY, Shi LH, Luo F, Zhang WM, Woodward DJ (2007) Studies of the neural mechanisms of deep brain stimulation in rodent models of Parkinson’s disease. Neurosci Biobehav Rev, 31 (5): 643-657.
22. Zuo YF, Luo F, Cui CL (2007) Impulsive behavior and drug abuse. Chin J Drug Abuse, 16 (2): 81-86.
23. Wang JY, Luo F* (2006) The Psychology of Pain and its clinical and social perspectives. Chin J Pain Med, 12 (4): 238-240.
24. Luo F*, Wang JY (2006) Dynamic coding of nociceptive somatosensory information in central neuromatrix. Adv Psychol Sci, 14 (4): 517-521.
25. Zuo YF, Luo F, Cui CL (2006) Processing of spatial information by hippocampal place cells. Prog Physiol Sci, 37 (1): 6-10.
26. Zhang HT, Luo F* (2005) Progress in the neurophysiological study of pain anticipation. Prog Physiol Sci, 36 (4): 329-332.
27. Huang J, Kang XZ, Luo F* (2005) Involvement of amygdala in the emotional processing of pain. Prog Physiol Sci, 36 (4): 289-294.
28. Qiao ZM, Luo F, Han JS (2005) Progress in the study of laser-evoked potentials. Chin J Pain Med, 11 (2): 100-103.
29. Tao CL, Luo F (2004) The oddball model and P300. Prog Physiol Sci, 35 (3): 265-268.
30. Wang JY, Luo F, Han JS (2004) Role of anterior cingulate cortex in pain perception. Chin J Pain Med, 10 (2): 113-116.
31. Qi YW, Luo F* (2004) Progress in pain evoked potential study. Prog Physiol Sci, 35 (1): 19-24.
32. Wang JY, Luo F*, Han JS (2003) The medial and lateral pain system - parallel processing of nociceptive information. Chin J Neurosci, 19 (6): 416-419.
33. Wang JY, Luo F*, Han JS (2003) Multichannel simultaneous recording of in vivo central neural activity. Prog Physiol Sci, 34 (4): 356-358.
34. Zhang WT, Luo F, Han JS (2001) Progress in the functional brain imaging study of pain perception. Prog Physiol Sci, 32 (3): 209-214.
35. Wang B, Luo F, Han JS (2000) Brain areas and their projections involved in opioid rewarding effect. J Neuroanatomy, 16 (3): 273-276.
36. Wang B, Luo F, Han JS (1999) Central areas and post-receptor mechanisms underlying opioid physical dependence. Chin J Neurosci, 15 (1): 63-68.
37. Zhao CS, Luo F, Han JS (1998) Sympathetic maintained neurogenic pain. Chin J Pain Med, 4 (4): 232-239.
38. Wang B, Luo F, Han JS (1998) Progress of the mechanism and treatment of opioid addiction. Prog Physiol Sci, 29: 295-300.
39. Luo F (1996) Cumulative effect of repeated electroacupuncture on chronic pain and its possible mechanism. Prog Physiol Sci, 27: 241-244.
40. Luo F, Han NL, Han JS (1995) How to calculate drug synergy. Prog Physiol Sci, 26: 276-280.
41. Luo F, Han JS (1993) Peripheral analgesic effect of opioids. Prog Physiol Sci, 24: 64-66.

PATENT
1. Wu YB, Ding ZG, Luo J, Luo
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, Li JY (2009) A brain attraction wisdom competition system. Utility Model Patent Certification (No. 1348265), Patent number ZL 2009 2 0106404.3. Date of Application: March 23, 2009; Date of Authorization Notice: January 27, 2010.

MEETING PAPERS:
1. Zheng XL, Luo F, Shan CL, Yin WG (2008) A Novel Cognitive Model of Reading: Neuropsychology Research on Internal Processing of the brain. In: 7th IEEE International Conference on Cognitive Informatics (ICCI 2008), Stanford Univ, Stanford, CA, pp122-127.
2. Luo F, Wang JY (2008) Somatosensory coding: thalamocortical pathways and related brain networks. In: Organizing Commettee of the 5th International Chinese Neuroscientists Conference, ed. Trends in Neurosciences, Vol 5. Higher Education Press / Higher Education Electronic Media Publisher, Beijing, pp202-211.
3. Luo F, Wang JY (2006) Central coding and electrophysiological study in awake animals. In: Wang XM, et al, eds. Trends in Neurosciences, Vol 4. Higher Education Press, Beijing, pp177-183.
4. Shi LH, Luo F, Zhang WM, Woodward DJ, Chang JY (2005) Behavioral context-dependent neural responses in the substantia nigra pars reticulata during deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus in freely moving rats. In: 14th Meeting of the World Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, Rome, Italy, pp59-64.

MEETING ABSTRACTS:
1. Luo F (2012) Mental health and cultural environment. The Second Mental Health Conference. Guangzhou.
2. Wang N, Luo F, Wang JY (2012) The effect of depression on processing of spontaneous and evoked pain in medial and lateral pain pathways. Program No. 266.05. 2012 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. New Orleans, LA: Society for Neuroscience.
3. Wang N, He CH, Wang JY, Luo F (2012) Negative expectation about pain correlates attentional biases towards pain-related information. Program No. 675.01. 2012 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. New Orleans, LA: Society for Neuroscience.
4. Chang J, Shi L, Li Z, Luo F, Woodward D (2012) Single unit responses of corticolimbic and basal ganglia regions during amygdala kindled seizures. Program No. 159.21. 2012 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. New Orleans, LA: Society for Neuroscience.
5. Luo F, He CH, Wang JY (2012) Negative expectation about pain correlates attentional biases towards pain-related information. Int J Psychol, 47 suppl, 585.
6. Luo F, Wang N, Liu YY, Wang JY (2012) Different patterns of auditory change-detection in awake and anesthetised rats. Int J Psychol, 47 suppl, 590.
7. Luo F, Wang JY (2012) Mutual modulation of cognition and pain: conscious and subconscious. The 7th International Conference of Neurons and Brain Diseases. Montreal.
8. Guo YF, Xu Y, Wang JY, Luo F (2012) Effects of depression on early pain processing in olfactory bulbectomized rats. The 7th International Conference of Neurons and Brain Diseases. Montreal.
9. Luo F (2012) Mental health with an oriental perspectives. In: Xiangshan Science Conference, The 421st Session: Mental Health and Its Promotion: Progress and challenge. Beijing.
10. Luo F (2012) Modulation of pain with depressive emotional states. Frontier International Symposium for Neuron and Disease. Xi’an.
11. Wang JY, Li SG, Wang N, Luo F (2011) Pain never ends: A history of adult chronic pain predicts prolonged hypervigilance to pain-related events in rats. Program No. 703.09. 41st annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
12. Wang N, Wang JY, Luo F (2011) Neural ensemble processing of chronic inflammatory pain in cortical and thalamic areas of rats. Program No. 915.05. 41st annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
13. Chang JY, Li Z, Luo F, Woodward DJ (2011) Preictal neural activity in rat model of spontaneous seizures: Search for predictive signals. Program No. 672.02. 41st annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
14. Liu YY, Wang N, Wang JY, Luo F (2011) NMDA-receptor antagonist MK-801 attenuates MMN-like responses in both awake and anesthetized rats. 9th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience. Zhengzhou.
15. He CH, Wang JY, Luo F (2011) Meditation training improves attention and the ability of perceiving unexpected objects. 9th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience. Zhengzhou.
16. Wang N, Zhang Y, Wang JY, Luo F (2011) Neural coding of nociceptive stimulus intensity in the rat medial and lateral pain pathways. 9th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience. Zhengzhou.
17. Qi WJ, Zhang Y, Wang N, Wang JY, Luo F (2011) Intensity coding of laser-evoked potential on human hands. The 4th Asian Pain Symposium. Shanghai.
18. Wang N, Zhang Y, Wang JY, Luo F (2011) Neural coding of nociceptive stimulus intensity in the rat medial and lateral pain pathways. The 4th Asian Pain Symposium. Shanghai.
19. Su YL, Zhang T, Wang N, Wang JY, Luo F (2011) The analgesic effects of deep brain stimulation on chronic inflammatory and neuropathic pain in rats. The 4th Asian Pain Symposium. Shanghai.
20. Wang W, Qi WJ, Su YL, Gao G, Wang JY, Luo F * (2010) Depressive affect enhanced spontaneous pain but attenuated evoked pain in rats. The 10th Biopsychology Conference. Jinhua.
21. Wang N, Wang JY, Luo F (2009) Corticofugal influence on thalamic neural activity during acute and chronic pain. The 8th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society for Neurosciences. Guangzhou.
22. Li SG, Wang JY, Luo F (2009) Regulating the expectation of noxious events via cognitive strategies in rats. The 8th Annual Meeting of the Chinese Society for Neurosciences. Guangzhou.
23. Luo F, Wang Y, Wang JY (2009) Distinct brain activation patterns in self- and externally generated mechanical pain. Program No. 74.8. 2009 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Chicago, IL: Society for Neuroscience. Online.
24. Wang JY, Li SG, Luo F (2009) Cognitive modulation of pain: How does anticipation influence pain behaviors of rats? Program No. 653.12. 2009 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Chicago, IL: Society for Neuroscience. Online.
25. Wang JY, Wang N, Luo F (2008) Corticofugal outputs facilitate acute, but inhibit chronic pain in rats. Program No. 71.15. 2008 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2008. Online.
26. Luo F, Shi M, Wang JY (2008) The effects of depression on nociceptive behaviors in rats. Program No. 171.26. 2008 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2008. Online.
27. Chang JY, Li ZM, Luo F, Woodward DJ (2008) Effect of low frequency stimulation of pedunculopontine nucleus on Parkinsonian motor deficits and neural activity in 6-OHDA lesioned rats. Program No. 378.6. 2008 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience, 2008. Online.
28. Luo F (2007) Psychological component of pain phenomenon and its basic and clinical study. Annual meeting of the Chinese society for the study of pain. Beijing.
29. Luo F*, Guo JY, Wang JY (2007) Dissection of placebo analgesia in mice: opioid and non-opioid systems. Program No. 70.2. 2007 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2007. Online.
30. Wang JY, Zhang Y, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Luo F* (2007) Encoding pain intensity with thalamic and cortical neurons in awake and anesthetized rats. Program No. 70.20. 2007 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2007. Online.
31. Li ZM, Chang JY, Krim H, Shi LH, Luo F, Woodward DJ (2007) Single unit activity in basal ganglia mesolimbic system in spontaneous epileptic rats, a new approach to seizure prediction. Program No. 492.12. 2007 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2007. Online.
32. Chang JY, Li ZM, Shi LH, Luo F, Woodward DJ (2007) Effects of STN DBS on sensorimotor process in unilateral dopamine lesioned rats. Program No. 693.22. 2007 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2007. Online.
33. Brewer KL, Chintalgattu V, Vijayakumar S, Nolan T, Smith M, Mcmillen BA, Luo F, Ding JM (2007) mPer2 controls circadian rhythm of pain sensitivity and enkephalin expression. Program No. 823.11. 2007 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. San Diego, CA: Society for Neuroscience, 2007. Online.
34. Luo F, Shi M, Wang JY (2007) Relation between depression and pain sensation. The 7th conference of the Chinese society for neuroscience. Hangzhou.
35. Wang JY, Wang N, Luo F (2007) Influence of the feedback modulation in thalamocortical sensory pathway on pain. The 7th conference of the Chinese society for neuroscience. Hangzhou.
36. Wang J, Luo F, Chang J, Woodward DJ (2006) Discrimination of noxious from non-noxious electrical stimuli by thalamic and cortical neural ensembles in rats. Program No. 141.5. 2006 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Atlanta, GA: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online.
37. Luo F, Li X, Wang J, Han J, Woodward DJ, Chang J (2006) Reaction time task and neuronal responses within cortex-basal ganglion circuits in a Parkinson’s disease model in rats. Program No. 380.10. 2006 Neuroscience Meeting Planner. Atlanta, GA: Society for Neuroscience, 2006. Online.
38. Luo F (2006) Ensemble activities of thalamocortical neurons and pain perception. Symposium on the Frontiers of Biological Sciences of 100 Talents of Chinese Academy of Sciences. Shanghai.
39. Luo F, Wang JY (2006) Democratic organization of the thalamocotical neural ensembles in nociceptive signal processing. Sino-US Pain Workshop, Beijing.
40. Luo F, Huang J, Wang JY, Chang JY, Woodward DJ (2005) Responses of thalamic and cortical neurons in rat formalin test. Program No. 983.1. 2005 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
41. Zhang HT, Luo F, Wang JY, Han JS, Chang JY, Woodward DJ (2005) Brain network underlying pain anticipation in free moving rats: a multichannel study. The 6th annual meeting of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience, Chongqing.
42. Huang J, Han JS, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Luo F (2005) The effects of morphine on neurons in the corticothalamic pain pathways. The 6th annual meeting of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience, Chongqing.
43. Wang JY, Luo F* (2005) Information flow in rat thalamo-cortical pathways during radiant heat noxious stimulation. The 6th annual meeting of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience, Chongqing.
44. Li XH, Luo F* (2005) Reaction Time Performance and Neuronal Activities of Cortex-Basal Ganglia Circuit In Naive and Parkinsonian Rats. The 6th annual meeting of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience, Chongqing.
45. Zhang Y, Luo F* (2005) Differential Effects of 2- and 100-Hz Electroacupuncture on Cortical-thalamic Processing of Noxious Information. The 6th annual meeting of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience, Chongqing.
46. Zuo YF, Luo F*, Cui CL, Han JS (2005) Spectral Analysis and Topographic Mapping of EEG in Acute Morphine Effects and Morphine-induced CPP. The 6th annual meeting of the Chinese Society for Neuroscience, Chongqing.
47. Luo F (2005) Electrophysiological recording technique in awake animals and cognitive neuropsychological study. The 1st Conference of Chinese Neuropsychology, Hangzhou.
48. Wang JY, Luo F*, Han JS (2005) Ensemble coding of nociceptive stimulation within the medial and lateral pain systems. The 5th East-West Pain Conference, Qingdao.
49. Qiao ZM, Luo F*, Han JS (2005) The dynamic processing of nociception in the cortex of conscious rats. The 5th East-West Pain Conference, Qingdao.
50. Zhang Y, Han JS, Luo F* (2005) Parallel pain processing induced by laser stimulation in freely moving rats. The 5th East-West Pain Conference, Qingdao.
51. Yang H, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Han JS, Luo F (2004) Coding of peripheral electrical stimulation frequency in thalamocortical pathways. Shanghai International Conference on Physiological Biophysics, Shanghai.
52. Luo F, Wang J, Huang J, Zhang H, Zhang Y, Chang J, Woodward DJ (2004) Information flow within thalamo-cortical pathways in freely moving rats during pain processing. Program No. 746.9. 2004 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington, DC: Society for Neuroscience.
53. Luo F, Wang JY, Huang J, Han JS, Chang JY, Woodward DJ (2004) Coding of pain with thalamocortical neuronal ensembles. The 1st Meeting for World-Wide Chinese Physiological Scientist - Post Genomic Physiological Sciences, Beijing.
54. Luo F, Wang JY, Huang J, Han JS, Chang JY, Woodward DJ (2004) Coding of pain signal in thalamocortical pathways. 10th SCBA International Symposium, Beijing.
55. Huang J, Luo F, Wang JY, Han JS, Chang JY, Woodward DJ (2004) Morphine-induced changes of thalamocortical pain responses. 10th SCBA International Symposium, Beijing.
56. Qiao ZM, Luo F, Han JS (2004) Coding of pain signals revealed by electroencephalogram (eeg) and pain-related somatosensory evoked potentials in awake freely-moving rats. 10th SCBA International Symposium, Beijing.
57. Zhang HT, Luo F, Wang JY, Han JS, Chang JY, Woodward DJ (2004) Encoding of high and low frequencies by distributed neural recording. 10th SCBA International Symposium, Beijing.
58. Wang JY, Luo F, Chang JY, Woodward DJ, Han JS (2004) Parallel processing of nociceptive information in central neuronal ensembles in awake rats. The 3rd Neuroscience Meeting of China, Qingdao.
59. Wang J, Luo F, Chang J, Woodward DJ, Han J (2003) Parallel pain processing in freely moving rats revealed by distributed neuron recording. Program No. 176.9. 2003 Abstract Viewer/Itinerary Planner. Washington DC: Society for Neuroscience.
60. Luo F (2003) Coding of pain with neural ensembles. The China-Germany Cognitive Science Meeting, Beijing.
61. Luo F (2003) Digital brain – application of multichannel recording. The 208th Xiang-Shan Science Meeting, Beijing.
62. Shi LH, Luo F, Woodward DJ, Chang JY (2002) Basal ganglia neuronal responses following unilateral doapmine lesion in the behaving rat. 2002 Abstracts Viewer / Itinerary Planer, Program No. 663.13, Washington DC: Society for Neuroscience, CD-ROM.
63. Chang JY, Shi LH, Luo F, Woodward DJ (2002) Neural responses in multiple basal ganglia regions during behaviorally effective deep brain stimulation in rat model of Parkinson's disease. 2002 Abstracts Viewer / Itinerary Planer, Program No. 663.19, Washington DC: Society for Neuroscience, CD-ROM.
64. Zhang WT, Jin Z, Luo F, Zhang L, Cui GH, Zeng YW, Han JS (2001) Correlation between TENS evoked fMRI signal and its analgesic effect. Acupunct Res, 26 (3): 193
65. Shi XD, Wang B, Luo F, Han JS (2001) Ventral tegmental area is involved in the analgesic effect of low- or high-frequency electroacupuncture in tail-flick test. Acupunct Res, 26 (3): 204
66. Ren YH, Wang B, Luo F, Zheng JW, Han JS (2001) Effect of electroacupuncture of different frequency on cocaine induced conditioned place preference. Acupunct Res, 26 (3): 231
67. Wang B, Luo F, Han JS (2001) Low frequency electroacupuncture abolished the reinstatement of conditioned place preference triggered by drug priming or stress. Acupunct Res, 26 (3): 232
68. Shi L, Chang J, Luo F, Woodward DJ (2001) Neuronal activity in the basal ganglia system during freely moving and treadmill tasks in rats, the effects of delta-9-thc. 2001 Abstracts Viewer / Itinerary Planer, Program No. 515.20, Washington DC: Society for Neuroscience, CD-ROM.
69. Chang J, Shi L, Luo F, Woodward DJ (2001) Rodent model of deep brain stimulation: behavioral and electrophysiologic studies of high frequecncy stimulation of subthalamic nucleus and substantia nigra pars reticulata in dopamine lesioned rats. 2001 Abstracts Viewer / Itinerary Planer, Program No. 750.13, Washington DC: Society for Neuroscience, CD-ROM.
70. Luo F, Shi L-H, Chang J-Y, Woodward DJ (2000) Ensemble neural activities of the frontal cortical basal ganglia system during reaction time task in rats. Society for Neuroscience, 26: 2217.
71. Luo F, Xu W, Liu HX, Han JS (1997) Cumulative analgesic effect of repeated peripheral electric stimulation on normal and arthritic rats and its neurochemical mechanism. In: Abstracts of XXXIII International Congress of Physiological Sciences, St. Petersburg, P084.43.

Grants:

The National Natural Science Foundation Project (31171067)
The National Natural Science Foundation Project (30970959)
Scientific Investigation Instrument Developmental Project, CAS (YZ200944)
The Knowledge Innovation Project, CAS (KSCX2-YW-R-254)
NIH Fogarty International Research Collaboration Award (R03TW008038)