조현상 / CHO, Hyun-Sang
교수

Department / Institute / Center :
Psychiatry/ Institute of Behavioral Science in Medicine

Contact Information

Phone +82-31-760-9403 Email chs0225@yuhs.ac Website

Educational Background

Undergraduate Education M.D., Yonsei University College of Medicine, 1988
Final Degree (University, Major) Ph.D., Graduate School, Ajou University, 2001
Overseas Training (Institute, Supervisor) Dept. of Psychiatry, Yale University School of Medicine, US.
John Krystal, MD, 2001-2003

Professional Societies and current positions

대한정신약물학회, 총무이사, 2010-2012
대한우울조울병학회, 간행이사, 2006-현재
College of International Neuropsychopharmacology, Member, 2000-현재
International Society of Bipolar Disorder, Member, 2006-현재
Asian College of Neuropsychopharmacology, Councilor, 2008-2010

Research Area(s)

Translational research, Clinical research, Drug trial
Research Field Cognitive and Emotional information processing in bipolar disorder
Pharmacological effects on the course of bipolar disorder
Time perception in bipolar disorder
Diseases Human Electrophysiological Study, behavioral emotional study, glutamatergic treatment

Possible Collaboration Electrophysiological study를 위한 과제도구 개발
glutamate 신경체계와 관련된 유전자 연구


Research Methods

Human Electrophysiological Study
Development of cognitive or emotional tasks

Lab.

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Location of Office Severance Mental Health Hospital(SMHH; Gwangju, Gyeonggi-do)
Location of Lab. Institute of Behavioral Science in Medicine in SMHH
Contact person Name: 하라연 / Tel: 031-760-9403 / E-mail: HARAYEON@yuhs.ac

Major Published Articles and Books

Kim E, Ku J, Kim JJ, Lee H, Han K, Kim SI, Cho HS.Nonverbal social behaviors of patients with bipolar mania during interactions with virtual humans J Nerv Ment Dis. 2009;197(6):412-8*
Kim E, Jung YC, Ku J, Kim JJ, Lee H, Kim SY, Kim SI, Cho HS. Reduced activation in the mirror neuron system during a virtual social cognition task in euthymic bipolar disorder. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry. 2009;33(8):1409-16*
Ryu V, An SK, Jo HH, Cho HS. Decreased P3 amplitudes elicited by negative facial emotion in manic patients: selective deficits in emotional processing. Neurosci Lett. 2010;481(2):92-6. *