Dr. Joy Deng

Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

Zhihui (Joy) Deng

MD, PhD

Assistant Professor, Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Department of Medicine

Hospitalist, Acquired Brain Injury Program, Hamilton Health Sciences

 

 

 

 

Research or Clinical Interests

  • Neurotrauma

Selected Publications

  1. Deardorff AS, Romer SH, Deng Z., Bullinger KL, Nardelli P, Cope TC, and Fyffe REW. Expression of postsynaptic Ca2+-activated K+ (SK) channels at C-bouton synapses in mammalian lumbar α-motoneurons. Journal of Physiology 2013 Feb 15; 591 (4): 875-97.
  2. Varia S, Potabathula D, Deng Z., Bubulya A and Bubulya PA. Btf and TRAP150 have distinct roles in regulating subcellular mRNA distribution. Nucleus. 2013 May-Jun; 4(3): 229-40.
  3. Deng Z.; Romer S.H.; Cope T.C. and Fyffe R.E.W. Expression of small conductance Ca2+-activated potassium (SK) channels in mammalian spinal motoneurons. Society for Neuroscience 2007: 408.17
  4. Dominguez K., Romer S.H., Deng Z., Cope T.C. and Fyffe R.E.W. Redistribution of somatic membrane Kv2.1 ion channels on spinal motoneurons following peripheral nerve injury. Society for Neuroscience 2007: 726.12
  5. Deng Z. and Fyffe R.E.W. Differential distribution of the small conductance Ca++ -activated K+ channel subunit SK3 in α-motoneurons in lumbar spinal cord. Society for Neuroscience 2005: 750.1
  6. Fyffe R.E.W., Deng Z., Dewey D., Cope T. Peripheral nerve damage induced alteration of soma-dendritic membrane ion channel localization in mammalian spinal motoneurons. Society for Neuroscience 2005: 629.3
  7. Deng Z. and Fyffe R.E.W. Expression of P2X7 receptor immunoreactivity in distinct subsets of synaptic terminals in the ventral horn of rat lumbar spinal cord. Brain Research 2004, 1020: 53-61