The institute currently has 31 faculty members, including 14 principal investigators, 12 associate investigators, 2 professors of engineer and 1 senior engineer.
Our faculty are listed alphabetically below.
CHEN Yu Studies the molecular basis of synapse development and plasticity, and pathological mechanisms underlying neurodegenerative disorders.
HUANG Tianwen The neural mechanisms of pain and the interaction of pain and body homeostasis.疼痛的神经基础以及疼痛与躯体脏器的相互作用。
LIU Chang Investigates neural mechanisms of sleep, learning and memory
LI Xiang Investigate the molecular and circuitry mechanism of prion-like proteins in stress disorders and neurodegenerative diseases.
LI Xiaojian The key technologies for Brain-Computer Interface and Neuromorphic Intelligence
LU Yi Director of the Shenzhen Engineering Lab for Brain Activity Mapping Technologies.
LU Zhonghua Investigates the basic principles underlying the molecular, morphological, and functional specificity of neural circuits involved in brain disorders.
MENG Zhiqiang Behavioral pharmacology and electrophysiology of neuropsychiatric disorders such as drug addiction, anxiety and schizophrenia.
Robert Konrad Naumann
Robert Konrad Naumann The evolution of functional circuits in the cerebral cortex.
TU Jie A combination of optogenetic and pharmacogenetic manipulation reveal the neural substrates in control of innate anxiety expression.
WANG Cheng Investigate neural underpinnings of episodic memory and spatial navigation
WANG Hong Central nervous system control of metabolic homeostasis.
WANG Liping investigates neural circuitry of emotion, focusing on the subcortical-cortical interaction by optogenetics, electrophysiology and animal behavior.
XU Fuqiang Development tools for neuro-circuit study and therapeutical purposes
YANG Fan investigates the neural circuits which regulate the bone metabolism and homeostasis of stem cells.
ZHAN Yang combines electrophysiology, animal behavior and computational methods to study the neural circuits underlying behavior.
ZHOU Huihui investigates the brain mechanisms underlying visual cognitive functions and related behaviors in non-human primates.
ZHU Yingjie understand how brain circuits mediate motivated behavior and
how disruption of these circuits leads to various kinds of neuropsychiatric disorders such as
drug addiction and depression.
ZHOU Tao To investigate the exact role of RNA methylation (m6A) in different brain functions and diseases, especially in learning memory and mental disorders such as PTSD and depression.