Gunsoo Kim, Ph.D.

Graduated: December, 2004
Mentor: Dr. Karl Kandler
Thesis: Refinement of inhibitory circuits during development of the mammalian auditory brainstem
Current Position: Postdoctoral Fellow University of California, San Francisco
Prior Degree: MS Seoul National University, Korea (1999)


Gillespie, D.C., Kim, G. and Kandler, K. Inhibitory synapses in the developing auditory system are glutamatergic. Nature Neuroscience, 8: 332-338, 2005

Kim, G., Schmidt, B. and Kandler, K. An economical fiber-cased uncaging system: assembly and use. Chapter 52. In: Yuste R, Konnerth A, (eds). Imaging Neurons. Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory Press, 2004.

Kim, G, and Kandler, K. Functional elimination and strengthening of glycinergic/GABAergic connections during formation of a tonotopic map.Nature Neuroscience, 6: 282-290, 2003

Kandler, K., Kullmann, P.H.M., Ene, F.A. and Kim, G. Excitatory action of an immature glycinergic/ GABAergic sound localization pathway, Physiol&Behav. 77: 583-587, 2002.