Jianmin Su, Ph.D.
Research Assistant Professor
Dr. Jianmin Su works in the laboratory of Dr. Michael Fox exploring the cellular and molecular mechanisms that drive synapse formation—synaptic targeting, synaptic differentiation and maturation. For more details, please see Dr. Michael Fox’s website at http://research.vtc.vt.edu/employees/michael-fox-phd/.
Education and Training
- Virginia Commonwealth University: Postdoctoral fellowship, Medical School/Anatomy
- Fudan University: Ph.D., Medicine
- Research Associate, Department of Anatomy & Neurobiology, MCV, Virginia Commonwealth University
Awards and Honors
- Shanghai Science & Technology Progress Award, 2000
- Officer, Postdoctoral representative, Central Virginia Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience (CVCSN), 2010-2011
- Monavarfeshani A, Knill CN, Sabbagh U, Su J, Fox MA. (2017). Region- and Cell-Specific Expression of Transmembrane Collagens in Mouse Brain. Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience.
- Singh R, Su J, Brooks JM, Terauchi A, Umemori H, Fox MA. (2012). Fibroblast growth factor 22 contributes to the development of retinal nerve terminals in the dorsal lateral geniculate nucleus. Frontiers in Molecular Neuroscience 4: 61.
- Su J, Stenbjorn RS, Gorse K, Su K, Hauser KF, Ricard-Blum S, Pihlajaniemi T, Fox MA. (2012). Target-derived matricryptins organize cerebellar synapse formation through α3β1 integrins. Cell Reports 2(2): 223-30.
- Su J, Haner CV, Imbery TE, Brooks JM, Morhardt DR, Gorse K, Guido W, Fox MA. (2011). Reelin is required for class-specific retinogeniculate targeting. J Neurosci 31(2): 575-86.
- Su J, Gorse K, Ramirez F, Fox M. (2010). Collagen XIX is expressed by interneurons and contributes to the formation of hippocampal synapses. J Comp Neurol 518(2): 229-53.