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  1. 1. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. CURRICULUM VITAE NAME: Kyungsoon Chang Chung DATE: January 8, 2008 PRESENT POSITION AND ADDRESS: Professor Department of Neuroscience and Cell Biology School of Medicine University of Texas Medical Branch Galveston, Texas 77555-1069 telephone: (409)747-4174 fax: (409) 762-9382 E-mail: kchung@utmb.edu BIOGRAPHICAL: October 9, 1946, Seoul, Korea Citizen of the U.S.A. 57 Colony Park Circle Galveston, Texas 77551 (409) 744-8723 EDUCATION: 3/65-2/69 B.S. in Biology (Minor-chemistry), Sogang University of Seoul, Korea 9/69-11/72 Graduate Study, State University of New York at Albany, Albany, New York 9/73-5/78 Ph.D. in Anatomy, Loyola University of Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, Illinois 9/77-12/78 Postdoctoral training, Marine Biomedical Institute, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas BOARD CERTIFICATION: NA LICENSURE INFORMATION: NA PROFESSIONAL AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE: 3/69-9/69 Teaching Assistant (Comparative Anatomy of the Vertebrate), Department of biology, Sogang University, Seoul, Korea 9/70-11/72 Research Assistant, Department of Biological Science, State University of New York at Albany, Albany, New York 9/73-5/75 Teaching Assistant (Human Gross Anatomy), Department of Anatomy, Loyola University of Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine, Maywood, Illinois 9/74-5/76 Teaching Assistant (Histology) Department of Anatomy, Loyola University of Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine
  2. 2. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. Page 2 9/75-5/77 Teaching Assistant (Neuroscience), Loyola University of Chicago, Stritch School of Medicine 9/76-5/77 Teaching Assistant (Neuroanatomy Course), Loyola University of Chicago, Dental School 9/77-12/78 Postdoctoral Training, Marine Biomedical Institute, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 3/79-12/79 Instructor, Department of biology, Sogang University, Seoul, Korea. 2/80-6/82 Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, Yonsei University, College of Medicine, Seoul, Korea. Teaching participation in Human Gross Anatomy, Histology and Neuroanatomy Courses (medical students) 7/81-8/95 Associate Member, Marine Biomedical Institute, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 9/83-8/86 Research Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 9/86-8/89 Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy & Neurosciences, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 9/89-8/93 Associate Professor with tenure, Department of Anatomy & Neurosciences, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 9/90-8/93 Associate Professor, Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences, School of Allied Health Sciences, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 9/91-8/94 Acting Chair, Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences, School of Allied Health Sciences, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 9/93-8/94 Professor, Department of Humanities and Basic Sciences, School of Allied Health Sciences and Department of Anatomy & Neurosciences, School of Medicine, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas 9/93 - Professor, Department of Anatomy & Neurosciences, School of Medicine, and Member, Marine Biomedical Institute, University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas RESEARCH ACTIVITIES: Area of Research The mechanism of persistent pain, neuropathic pain and colitis pain. The fine morphology, circuitry and development of mammalian central nervous system.
  3. 3. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. Page 3 Grant Support Current "Mechanisms of Neuropathic Pain (CRPS)", J.M. Chung, P.I., K. Chung, Co- Investigator, 10% effort, Total direct cost - $1,250,000, 2/1/05-11/30/10, National Institutes of Health RO1 Research Grant, NS31680-9. "On the Mechanism of Causalgia", J.M. Chung, Principal Investigator, Kyungsoon Chung, Co-investigator, 10% effort, Total project direct cost $751,173, 12/1/93-11/30/98, National Institute of Health, Research Grant, NS31680. “Pain and Inflammation”, W. D. Willis, Program Director: Project 3 - “Sympathetic nervous system in pain from injured and inflamed nerves”, K. Chung, P.I. (total award for project 3, $988,215, 08/01/01-07/31/06, no coast extension to 07/31/08), National Institute of Health, Program Project Grant NS11255. Pending "Peripheral and Central Sensitization in Pain" J.M. Chung, Program Director: Project 2 – " Role of ROS in Capsaicin Induced Central Sensitization" K. Chung, PI, (total for project 2, $1,071,104, 04/01/2008-03/31/2013), National Institute of Health, Program Project Grant, pending. Past “Bio-Rad MRC-1024 Confocal Image Analysis System”, Shared Instrumentation Grant, R.E. Coggeshall, P.I. K. Chung, Co-user $181,149, 4/01/99 – 03/31/00, National Institute of Health “Sympathetic Nervous System in Neuropathic Pain”, K. Chung, P.I., total project direct cost $565,017, 05/01/1996 - 04/31/2001, National Institute of Health, Research Grant NS35057. "Neuroglobin protein in neuropathic rats" K. Chung, P.I., 5% effort, Total direct cost -$39,325.00, December 31, 2005 – December 31, 2007, Amgen Inc., Research Contract #200516473 COMMITTEE RESPONSIBILITIES: National: None University of Texas Medical Branch Animal Care and Use Committee, 9/90 -8/92 Cell Biology Graduate Program, Curriculum Committee, 9/93 – 8/96 Examination Committee, 9/95 – 8/97 Admission Committee, 9/98 – 8/07 Graduate Program Review Committee, 9/01 - present School of Allied Health Sciences Department Research Committee, 9/90 – 8/91
  4. 4. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. Page 4 Faculty Affairs Committee, 9/91 – 8/92 Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee, 9/91 – 8/95 Grading and Promotion Committee, 9/91 – 8/94 Administrative Council Committee, 9/91 – 8/94 Research Task Force (Chair), under Curricula Committee, 9/92 – 8/94 Marine Biomedical Institute Animal Care Committee, 9/83 – 8/91 Image Analysis System Committee, 9/88 - present Electron Microscopic Committee, 9/88 – 8/02 Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee, 9/95- 8/99 Faculty Evaluation Committee, 9/95 – 8/97 Departmental – Department of Anatomy & Neurosciences Faculty Evaluation Committee, 9/95 – 8/97 Appointment, Promotion, and Tenure Committee, 9/95 – 8/99 Faculty Mentoring Committee, 9/02 – 8/04 Supervising committee for the 2nd fl cryostat and Light microscopic Image Analysis System common facility, 9/97 - present Post tenure Review – 8 faculty members in the Department 5/05 TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES A. TEACHING RESPONSIBILITIES AT UTMB: a. Teaching: School of Medicine (SOM) Instructor, Gross and Human Developmental Anatomy, School of Medicine, 5 hr. lectures, 130 hr. laboratories, 1982-1989, 1995-1997 Instructor, Gross Anatomy and Radiology, School of Medicine, 3 hr. lectures, 32 hr. Problem Based Learning, 64 hr. Laboratories, 1998-prsent School of Allied Health Sciences (SAHS): Instructor, Studies in Human Anatomy (HUBS 4016), 16 hr. lectures, 32 hr. laboratory, 1990-1992 Instructor, Human Anatomy and Physiology III (HUBS 3630), 40 hr. lectures, 32 hr. laboratory, 1990-1994 Small Group facilitator, Health Professions Workshop, 4 hr., 1990-1995 Instructor, Human Anatomy and Physiology I (HUBS 3401), 18 hr. lectures, 32 hr. laboratory, 1991-1994 Small Group facilitator, Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care (CORE 3322), 4 hr., 1992-1994 Leadership Development for the Allied Health Professions (HUBS 3022), 2 hr., 1992-1994 Instructor, Human Neurosciences (HUBS 3018), 16 hr. lectures, 1993-1994 Laboratory Instructor, Human Anatomy for Physical Therapists (HUBS
  5. 5. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. Page 5 4424), 64 hr. laboratory, 1994-1995 Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences (GSBS): Instructor, Modern Research Techniques, Cell Biology Graduate Program, 1hr. lecture, 1994 - 2001 Instructor, Laboratory Orientation, Cell Biology Graduate Program, 1-4 hr. 1992 - present Instructor, Advanced Microanatomy & Cell Biology, 1 hr., 1996 b. Students/Mentees/Advisees/Trainees: Post-doctoral fellows: Young Suk Suh, M.D., 1982-1983 Ho Suck Kang, Ph.D., 1986-1987 Won Taek Lee, M.D., Ph.D. 1987-1989 Mae Ja Park, M.D., Ph.D. 1991-1993 Young Ho Lee, M.D., Ph.D. January 1996 - June, 1997 Seo Eun Lee, Ph.D. July 1997 – August, 1998 Won Hong Woo, M. D., July 1997 – August, 1998 Jiangang Xie, June 1998 – August, 2000 Chang Hoon Kim, Ph.D., March 2000 – February 2002 Eun Joo Baik Han, M.D., Ph.D., March 2001 – July 2002. Gao, Xiu, M.D., Ph.D., October 2002 – December, 2006 Park, Eun-Sung, DVM, Ph.D., January 2005 – July 2006 Master's students: None Medical Students: Jivesh Sharma, 1984, Summer research program for 8 weeks Rosie Sequin, 1987, Summer research program for 8 weeks Micheal Powers, 1988, Summer research program for 8 weeks Elizabeth Garret, 1989, Summer research program for 8 weeks Joseph Chris Wehman, 1997, Summer research program for 8 weeks 1998, Selected as a Stjepcevich Scholar Residents: Rudy Briner, M.D., 1986-1987, One year full time research Todd Trier, M.D., 1995 - June, 1996, collaborator in a research project Undergraduate students: None High school Students: Amy Hsin-Yi Tang, May - August, 1996, Volunteer work for 2.5 months c. Chair/Member of Ph.D. Supervisory Committee for: Hong Shen, Neuroscience Program, 1995-1998, Ph.D. Co-mentor Allen Chi-Chuan Wang, 1997 – 1999, Ph.D. supervisory committee member Adrian Bennett, 1998 – 2000, Ph.D. supervisory committee member Charles Mills, 2000 – 2002, Ph.D. supervisory committee member
  6. 6. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. Page 6 Erica Schwartz, 2005 – present, Ph.D. candidate, Co-mentor June Yowtak, 2005 – present, M.D. & Ph.D. candidate, Co-mentor MEMBERSHIP IN SCIENTIFIC SOCIETIES: American Association of Anatomists Cajal Club Korean Scientists and Engineers Association in America Society for Neuroscience Society for Neuroscience, Galveston Chapter International Brain Research Organization International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) HONORS: University Scholarship, Sogang University, 1967-1968 American Women's Club Scholarship, Sogang University, 1968-1969 Research Fellowship, SUNY at Albany, 1970-1972 HONORS information continued: Basic Science Fellowship, Loyola University, 1973-1976 Schmitt Doctoral Fellowship, Loyola University, 1976-1977 Teaching Award, Department of Humanities Basic Sciences, School of Allied Health Sciences, University of Texas Medical Branch, 1992 Research Award, School of Allied Health Sciences, University of Texas Medical Branch, 1992 Travel Award, The American Physiological Society, for XXXIII International Congress of Physiological Sciences, 1997 The Best Basic Science Course - Gross Anatomy (a member of team teaching), School of Medicine, Univ. of Texas Medical Branch, 1995, 1996, 1997, 2004, 2006 ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: Editorial Board none Journal Reviewer for Brain Research, Experimental Brain Research Experimental Neurology IEEE Transactions on Rehabilitation Engineering J. Neurochemistry J. Experimental Neurology J. Neuroscience J. Comparative Neurology Neuroscience Neuroscience Letters Pain Grant Reviewer for NIH, NSF, Wellcome Trust,
  7. 7. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. Page 7 Medical Research Council, Spinal Cord Research Foundation, Paralyzed Veterans Association, Muscular Dystrophy Association PUBLISHED: A. ARTICLES IN PEER-REVIEWED JOURNALS: 1.Chung, J.M., Chung, K. and Wurster, R.D. Sympathetic preganglionic neurons of the cat spinal cord: horseradish peroxidase study. Brain Res. 91:126-131, 1975. 2. Chung, K., Langford, L.A., Applebaum, A.E. and Coggeshall, R.E. Primary afferent fibers in the tract of Lissauer in the rat. J. Comp. Neurol. 184:587-598, 1979. 3. Chung, K., Chung, J.M., LaVelle, F.W. and Wurster, R.D. The anatomical localization of descending pressor pathways in the cat spinal cord. Neurosci. Lett. 15:71-75, 1979. 4. Chung, K., Chung, J. M. LaVelle, R.W. and Wurster, R.D. Sympathetic neurons in the cat spinal cord projecting to the stellate ganglion. J. Comp. Neurol. 185:23-30, 1979. 5. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Primary afferent axons in the tract of Lissauer in the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 186:451-463, 1979. 6. Chung, K., LaVelle, F.W. and Wurster, R. D. Ultrastructure of HRP-identified sympathetic preganglionic neurons in cats. J. Comp. Neurol. 190:147-155, 1980. 7. Whang, S.Y., Chung, I.H., Chang, K. and Shin, T.S. The morphological studies on the closure of the ductus arteriosus in the rat. Yonsei J. Med. Sci. 13:103- 113, 1980. (In Korean) 8. Park, K.A. and Chang, K. The origin of the A. Labryrintin in human. Korean J. Anat. 13:97-100, 1980. (In Korean) 9. Coggeshall, R.E., Chung, K., Chung, J.M. and Langford, L.A. Primary afferent axons in the tract of Lissauer in the monkey. J. Comp. Neurol. 196:431-442, 1981. 10. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Quantitation of propriospinal fibers in the tract of Lissauer of the rat. J. Comp. Neurol. 211:418-426, 1982. 11. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Number of axons in lateral and ventral funiculi of rat sacral spinal cord. J. Comp. Neurol. 214:72-78, 1983. 12. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Propriospinal fibers in the rat. J. Comp. Neurol. 217:47-53, 1983. 13. Suh, Y.S., Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. A study of axonal diameters and areas in lumbosacral roots and nerves. J. Comp. Neurol. 222:473-481, 1984. 14. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. The ratio of dorsal root ganglion cells to dorsal root axons in sacral segments of the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 225:24-30, 1984. 15. Coggeshall, R.E. and Chung, K. The determination of an empirical correction factor to deal with problems of nucleolar splitting in neuronal counts. J. Neurosci. Meth. 10:149-155, 1984. 16. Chung, K., Kevetter, G.A., Willis, W.D. And Coggeshall, R.E. An estimate of the ratio of propriospinal to long tract neurons in the sacral spinal cord of the rat. Neurosci. Lett. 44:173-177, 1984. 17. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. the postnatal development of the tract of Lissauer in the rat. J. Comp. Neurol. 229:471-475, 1984.
  8. 8. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. Page 8 18. Coggeshall, R.E., Chung, K., Greenwood, D. and Hulsebosch, C.E. An empirical method for converting nucleolar counts to neuronal numbers. J. Neurosci. Meth. 12:125-132, 1984. 19. Chung, K. Schwen, R.J. and Coggeshall, R.E. Ureteral axon damage following subcutaneous administration of capsaicin in adult rats. Neurosci. Lett. 53:221- 226, 1985. 20. Coggeshall, R.E., Chung, K. and Bee, D.E. The relation of nucleolus diameter to cell body diameter in mammalian dorsal root ganglion cells. Anat. Rec. 211:213- 217, 1985. 21. Chung, K., Sharma, J. and Coggeshall, R.E. Numbers of myelinated and unmyelinated axons in the dorsal, lateral and ventral funiculi of the white matter of the S2 segment of cat spinal cord. J. Comp. Neurol. 234:117-121, 1985. 22. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Unmyelinated primary afferent fibers in dorsal funiculi of cat sacral spinal cord. J. Comp. Neurol. 238:365-369, 1985. 23. Lee, K.H., Chung, K., Chung, J. M. and Coggeshall, R.E. Correlation of cell body size, axon size, and signal conduction velocity for individually labelled dorsal root ganglion cells in the cat. J. Comp. Neurol. 243:335-346, 1986. 24. Jenq, C.-B, Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Postnatal loss of axons in normal rat sciatic nerve. J. Comp. Neurol. 244:445-450, 1986. 25. Hulsebosch, C.E., Coggeshall, R.E. and Chung, K. Numbers of rat dorsal root axons and ganglion cells during postnatal development. Dev. Brain Res. 26:105- 113, 1986. 26. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Postnatal development of the rat dorsal funiculus. J. Neurosci. 7:972-977, 1987. 27. Chung, K., Langford, L.A. and Coggeshall, R.E. Primary afferent and propriospinal fibers in the rat dorsal and dorsolateral funiculi. J. Comp. Neurol. 263:68-75, 1987. 28. Chung, K. and Kang, H.S. Dorsal root ganglion neurons that have central processes both in the dorsal and the ventral roots. Neurosci. Lett. 80:202-206, 1987. 29. Carlton, S.M., McNeill, D.L., Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. A light and electron microscopic level analysis of calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) in the spinal cord of the primate: an immunohistochemical study. Neurosci. Lett. 82:145-150, 1987. 30. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Propriospinal fibers in the white matter of cat sacral spinal cord. J. Comp. Neurol. 269:612-617, 1988. 31. Harmann, P.A., Chung, K., Briner, R.P., Westlund, K.N. and Carlton, S.M. Calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) in the human spinal cord: a light and electron microscopic analysis. J. Comp. Neurol. 269:371-380, 1988. 32. Chung, K., Lee, W.T. and Carlton, S.M. The effects of dorsal rhizotomy and spinal cord isolation on calcitonin gene related peptide labeled terminals in rat lumbar dorsal horn. Neurosci. Lett. 90:27-32, 1988. 33. McNeill, D.L., Chung, K., Carlton, S. M. and Coggeshall, R.E. CGRP immunostained axons provide evidence for fine primary afferent fibers in dorsal and dorsolateral funiculi of rat spinal cord. J. Comp. Neurol., 272:303-308, 1988. 34. Briner, R.P., Carlton, S. M., Coggeshall, R.E. and Chung, K. Evidence for unmyelinated sensory fibers in human dorsal funiculi. Brain, 111:999-1007, 1988. 35. Carlton, S.M., McNeill, D.L., Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Organization of calcitonin gene-related peptide immunoreactive terminals in primate dorsal horn. J. Comp. Neurol., 276:527-536, 1988.
  9. 9. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. Page 9 36. McNeill, D.L., Chung, K., Hulsebosch, C.E., Bolender, R.P. and Coggeshall, R.E. Numbers of synapses in laminae I-IV of the rat dorsal horn. J. Comp. Neurol., 278:453-460, 1988. 37. Chung, K. and Lee, W.T. Vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP)- immunoreactivity in the ependymal cells of the rat spinal cord. Neurosci. Lett., 95:1-6, 1988. 38. Chung, K., Briner, R.P., Carlton, S.M. and Westlund, K.N. The immunohistochemical localization of seven different peptides in human spinal cord. J. Comp. Neurol. 280:158-170, 1989. 39. Chung, K. McNeill, D.L., Hulsebosch, C.E. and Coggeshall, R.E. Changes in dorsal horn synaptic numbers following unilateral dorsal rhizotomy. J. Comp. Neurol. 283:568-577, 1989. 40. Nam, S.C., Kim, K.-J, Leem, J.W., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Fiber counts at multiple sites along the rat ventral root after neonatal peripheral neurectomy or dorsal rhizotomy. J. Comp. Neurol. 290:336-342, 1989. 41. Patterson, J.T., Head, P.A., McNeill, D.L., Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Ascending unmyelinated primary afferent fibers in the dorsal funiculus. J. Comp. Neurol. 290:384-390, 1989. 42. Chung, K., Lee, W.T. and Westlund, K.N. Adrenergic innervation of monkey thoracic cord: Light and electron microscopic study. J. Autono. Nerv. Syst. 28:203-210, 1989. 43. Patterson, J.T., Coggeshall, R.E., Lee, W.T. and Chung, K. Long ascending unmyelinated primary afferent axons in the rat dorsal column: Immunohistochemical localizations. Neurosci. Lett. 108:6-10, 1990. 44. Chung, K., Klein, C.M. and Coggeshall, R.E. The receptive part of the primary afferent axon is most vulnerable to systemic capsaicin in adult rats. Brain Res. 511:222-226, 1990. 45. Nam, S.C., Kim, K.J., Leem, J.W., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Increased number of unmyelinated fibers in the ventral root after peripheral neurectomy in adult rat. Neurosci. Lett. 116:40-44, 1990. 46. La Forte, R.A., Melville, S., Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Absence of neurogenesis of adult rat dorsal root ganglion cells. Somatosensory & Motor Res. 8:3-7, 1991. 47. Klein, C.M., Sorkin, L.S., Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Unmyelinated primary afferent fiber stimulation depletes dynorphin A(1-8) immunoreactivity in rat ventral horn. Brain Res., 566:70-76, 1991. 48. Garrett, L., Coggeshall, R.E., Patterson, J.T. and Chung, K. Numbers and proportions of unmyelinated axons at cervical levels in the fasciculus gracilis of monkey and cat. Anat. Rec. 232:301-304, 1992. 49. Patterson, J.T., Chung, K. and Cogeshall, R.E., Further evidence for the existence of long ascending unmyelinated primary afferent fibers within the dorsal funiculus: effects of capsaicin. Pain, 49:117-120, 1992. 50. Chung, J.M., Paik, K.S., Kim, J.S., Nam, S.C., Kim, K.J., Oh, U.T., Hasekawa, T., Chung, K., and Willis, W.D. Chronic effects of topical application of capsaicin to the sciatic nerve on responses of primate spinothalamic neurons. Pain, 53:311- 321, 1993. 51. Chung, K., Lee, W.T., and Park, M.J. Spinal projections of pelvic visceral afferents of the rat: calcitonin gene-related peptide (CGRP) immunohistochemical study. J. Comp. Neurol. 337:63-69, 1993. 52. Chung, K., Park, M.J., Shin, K.S. and Chung, J.M. Neonatal sciatic nerve lesion
  10. 10. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. Page 10 triggers the sprouting of fibers in the contralateral ventral root of the rat. Brain Res., 632:80-85, 1993. 53. Chung, K., Kim, H.J., Na, H.S., Park, M.J. and Chung, J.M. Abnormalities of sympathetic innervation in the area of an injured peripheral nerve in a rat model of neuropathic pain. Neurosci. Lett., 162:85-88, 1993. 54. Park, M.J., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Immunocytochemical evidence for sprouting of ventral root afferents after neonatal sciatic neurectomy in the rat. Neurosci. Lett., 165:125-128, 1994. 55. Chung, K., Lee, B.H., Yoon,Y.W. and Chung, J.M. Sympathetic sprouting in the dorsal root ganglia of the injured peripheral nerve in a rat neuropathic pain model. J. Comp. Neurol., 376:241-252, 1996. 56. Chung, K., Yoon, Y.W. and Chung, J.M. Sprouting sympathetic fibers form synaptic endings in the dorsal root ganglion of the rat with neuropathic injury. Brain Res., 751:275-280, 1997. 57. Lekan, H.A., Chung, K., Yoon, Y.W., Chung, J.M. and Coggeshall, R.E. Loss of dorsal root ganglion cells concomitant with dorsal root axonal sprouting following segmental nerve lesion. Neuroscience 81:527-534, 1997. 58. Lee, D.H., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Strain differences in adrenergic sensitivity of neuropathic pain behaviors in an experimental rat model. NeuroReport, 8:3453-3456, 1997. 59. Carlton, S.M., Chung, K. Ding, Z. and Coggeshall, R.E. Glutamate receptors on postganglionic sympathetic axons. Neuroscience 83:601-605, 1998. 60. Sant’Ambrogio, F.B., G. Sant’Ambrogio and Chung, K. Effects of HCl-pepsin laryngeal instillations on upper airway patency maintaining mechanisms. J. Appl. Physiol. 84(4):1299-1304, 1998. 61. Lee, S.E., Shen, H., Taglialatela, G. Chung, J.M. and Chung, K. Expression of nerve growth factor in the dorsal root ganglion after peripheral nerve injury. Brain Res. 769:99-106, 1998. 62. Lee, B.H., Yoon, Y.W., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Comparison of sympathetic sprouting in sensory ganglia in three animal models of neuropathic pain. Exp. Brain Res. 120:432-438, 1998. 63. Park, M.J. and Chung, K. Endogenous lectin (RL-29) expression of the autonomic preganglionic neurons in the rat spinal cord. Anat. Rec. 254:53-60, 1999. 64. Shen, H., Chung, J.M. and Chung, K. Expression of neurotrophin mRNA in the dorsal root ganglion after spinal nerve injury. Molecular Brain Res. 64(2):186- 192, 1999. 65. Mogil, J.S., Wilson, S.G., Bon, K., Lee, S.E., Chung, K., Raber, P., Pieper, J.O., Hain, H.S., Belknap, J.K., Hubert, L., Elmer, G.I., Chung, J.M. and Devor, M. Heritability of nociception. I. Responses of 11 inbred mouse strains on 12 measures of nociception. Pain 80:67-82, 1999. 66. Mogil, J.S., Wilson, S.G., Bon, K., Lee, S.E., Chung, K., Raber, P., Pieper, J.O., Hain, H.S., Belknap, J.K., Hubert, L., Elmer, G.I., Chung, J.M. and Devor, M. Heritability of nociception. II. ‘Types’ of nociception revealed by genetic correlation analysis. Pain 80:83-93, 1999. 67. Lee, D.H., Liu, X., Kim, H.T., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Receptor subtype mediating the adrenergic sensitivity of pain behavior and ectopic discharges in the neuropathic rat of Lewis strain. J. Neurophysiol. 81:2226-2233, 1999. 68. Shen, H. Chung, J.M., Coggeshall, R.E. and Chung, K. Changes in TrkA expression in the dorsal root ganglion after peripheral nerve injury. Exp. Brain
  11. 11. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. Page 11 Res. 127:141-146, 1999. 69. Komori, N., Matsumoto, H., Cain, S.D. Kahn, E.S. and Chung, K. Predominant presence of β-arrestin-1 in small sensory neurons of rat dorsal root ganglia. Neurosci. 93:1421-1426, 1999. 70. Nauta, H.J.W., Wehman, J.C., Koliatsos, V.E., Terrell, M.A. and Chung, K. Intraventricular infusion of nerve growth factor causes sympathetic sprouting in the sensory ganglia. J. Neurosurg. 91:447-453, 1999. 71. Yoon, Y.W., Lee, D.H., Lee, B.H., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Different strains and substrains of rats show different levels of neuropathic pain behaviors. Exp. Brain Res. 129:167-171, 1999. 72. Liu, X., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Ectopic discharges and adrenergic sensitivity of sensory neurons after spinal nerve injury. Brain Res., 849(1-2):244-247, 1999. 73. Lyu, Y.S., Park, S.K., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Low dose of tetrodotoxin reduces neuropathic pain behaviors in an animal model. Brain Res., 871:98-103, 2000. 74. Park, S.K., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Effects of purinergic and adrenergic antagonists on pain behaviors in a rat model of peripheral neuropathy. Pain, 87:171-179, 2000. 75. Lanlua, P., Decorti, F., Gangula, P.R.R., Chung, K., Taglialatela, G., and Yallampalli, C. Female steroid hormones modulate receptors for nerve growth factor in rat dorsal root ganglia. Biology of Reproduction, 64:331-338, 2001. 76. Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Sympathetic sprouting in the dorsal root ganglion after spinal nerve ligation: Evidence of regenerative collateral sprouting of the injured sympathetic fibers. Brain Research, 895:204-212, 2001. 77. Liu, X., Zhou, J-L., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Ion channels associated with the ectopic discharges generated after segmental spinal nerve injury in the rat. Brain Research, 900:119-127, 2001. 78. Xie, J., Park, S.K., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. The effect of lumbar sympathectomy in the spinal nerve ligation model of neuropathic pain. Journal of Pain, 2:270-278, 2001. 79. Xie, J., Lee, Y.H., Wang, C., Chung, J.M. and Chung, K. Differential expression of alpha 1-adrenoceptor subtype mRNAs in the dorsal root ganglion after spinal nerve ligation. Mol. Brain Res., 93:164-172, 2001. 80. Zhou, J-L., Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Development of purinergic sensitivity in the sensory neurons displaying ectopic discharges after peripheral nerve injury. Brain Res., 915:161-169, 2001. 81. Kim, C.H., Oh, Y.S., Chung, J.M. and Chung, K. The changes in expression of three subtypes of TTX sensitive sodium channels in sensory neurons after spinal nerve ligation. Mol. Brain Res., 95:153-161, 2001. 82. Kim, C.H., Oh, Y., Chung, J.M. and Chung, K. Changes in three subtypes of tetrodotoxin sensitive sodium channel expression in the axotomized dorsal root ganglion in the rat. Neurosci. Lett. 323:125-128, 2002. 83. Chung, J.M. and Chung, K. Importance of hyperexcitability of DRG Neurons in Neuropathic Pain. Pain Practice, 2:87-97, 2002. 84. Koo, S.T., Park, Y.I., Lim, K. Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Acupuncture analgesia in a new rat model of ankle sprain pain. Pain, 99:423-431, 2002. 85. Kim, C.H., Chung, J.M., and Chung, K. Changes in the gene expression of six subtypes of P2X receptors in rat dorsal root ganglion after spinal nerve ligation. Neurosci. Lett., 337:81-84, 2003. 86. Baik, E., Chung, J.M. and Chung, K. Peripheral norepinephrine exacerbates
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  13. 13. Kyungsoon Chang Chung, Ph.D. Page 13 fibers in spinal white matter. In: PAIN AND EFFERENT FIBERS, H.-G. Schaible (ed.). VCH Verlagsgesellschaft, Germany, 1987. 2 Chung, J.M. and Chung, K. Pre-clinical nerve ligation models: Behavior and electrophysiology. In Mechanisms and Mediators of Neuropathic Pain. pp109-125, A.B. Malmberg and S.R. Chaplan (ed.), Birkhäuser Verlag, Basel-Boston-Berlin, 2002. 3. Chung, J.M., Kim, H.K. and Chung, K. Segmental spinal nerve ligation model of neuropathic pain. In Pain Research: Methods and Protocols (Ed. ZD Luo). In Methods in Molecular Medicine series Vol. 99: pp.35-45 (Serial Ed. John M. Walker). The Humana Press Inc., Totowa, NJ, 2004 4. Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Voltage-gated sodium channels and neuropathic pain. Chapter 10. In Current Topics in Membranes, Vol. 57: The Nociceptive Membranes. U. Oh (ed). Academic Press, San Diego, pp311-321, 2006. 5. Chung, K. and Chung, J.M. Allodynia. In Encyclopedia of Pain.2007 C. ABSTRACTS: 1. Chung, K., Chung, J.M. and Wurster, R.D. Identification and localization of sympathetic preganglionic neurons by horseradish peroxidase. Fed. Proc. 34:419, 1975. 2. Chung, K. and Wurster, R.D. Descending pressor pathways in the cat spinal cord: orthograde degeneration study. Fed. Proc. 35:324, 1976. 3. Chung, K., Chung, J.M., Wurster, R.D. Preganglionic innervation to the sympathetic stellate ganglion. Anat. Rec. 183(3):378, 1976. 4. Chung, K. and Wurster, R.D. Morphology of sympathetic preganglionic neurons in cat spinal cord. Anat. Rec. 187:552, 1977. 5. Chung, K., Applebaum, A.E. and Coggeshall, R.E. An electron microscopic study of the tract of Lissauer. Neurosci. Abstr., 1978. 6. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. An electron microscopic study of the white matter of the rat spinal cord. Neurosci. Abstr., 1982. 7. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Branching of central processes of dorsal root ganglion cells in cats. Neurosci. Abstr., 1983. 8. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Changes in axonal numbers in the tract of Lissauer during development. Neurosci. Abstr., 1984. 9. Coggeshall, R.E., Chung, K. and Hulsebosch, C.E. Changes in number of dorsal root axons during development. Neurosci. Abstr., 1985. 10. Chung, K., Schwen, R. J., Anderson, D.D. and Coggeshall, R.E. Effects of synthetic capsaicin on the innervation of the skin. Neurosci. Abstr., 1985. 11. Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. Dorsolateral funiculus (DFL) - Is a major primary afferent pathway in rat spinal cord? Neurosci. Abstr., 1986. 12. Chung, J.M, Kim, J.S., Paik, K.S., Nam, S.C., Chung, K. and Willis, W.D. Changes produced by local application of capsaicin to a peripheral nerve on inputs to spinothalamic tract cells in the monkey. Neurosci. Abstr., 13:112, 1987. 13. Carlton, S.M., McNeill, D.L., Chung, K. and Coggeshall, R.E. A light and electron microscopic level analysis of CGRP in the spinal cord of the primate. Neurosci. Abstr., 13:296, 1987. 14. Chung, K., Briner, R.P., Carlton, S. M. and Westlund High, K.N. Distribution of seven different peptides in human spinal cord. Neurosci. Abstr., 13:295, 1987. 15. Coggeshall, R.E., Bolender, R.P., Chung, K., Hulsebosch, C.E. and McNeill, D.L. Mean synaptic lengths of laminae I-IV in the rat dorsal horn are not homogeneous.
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