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Soo Hyun Park, Ph.D. - Curriculum Vitae

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Soo Hyun Park
Section on Cognitive Neurophysiology and Imaging (Leopold lab)
Laboratory of Neuropsychology
National Institute of Mental Health
Building 49, Room B1C60
49 Convent Dr., Bethesda, MD 20892 USA
Bethesda, MD 20892
Phone: (301)451-2651
E-Mail: soohyun.park@nih.gov

EDUCATION

2007-2013
Ph.D. in Neuroscience
Seoul National University, South Korea
Supervisor: Dr. Sang-Hun Lee
Thesis: Neuroimaging and Psychophysical Studies on Stimulus-induced Spatiotemporal Dynamics of Contextual Modulation in Human Vision

2003-2007
B.A. in Psychology, Seoul National University, South Korea

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2014-present
Postdoctoral Researcher (Visiting Fellow)
Section on Cognitive Neurophysiology and Imaging
Laboratory of Neuropsychology
National Institute of Mental Health
Supervisor: Dr. David Leopold

2013-2014
Postdoctoral Researcher (Special Volunteer),
Section on Cognitive Neurophysiology and Imaging
Laboratory of Neuropsychology
National Institute of Mental Health, USA
Supervisor: Dr. David Leopold

2013-2014
Postdoctoral Researcher
Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Seoul National University, South Korea
Supervisor: Dr. Sang-Hun Lee

HONORS AND AWARDS

2016
Excellent Research Award, NIH-Korean Scientists Association

2016
OFT NIMH IRP Trainee Travel Award (1,000 USD), NIMH IRP Office of Fellowship Training

2014-2016
Korea Visiting Scientist Training Award (45,455 USD / year), Korea Health Industry Development Institute

2007-2009
Teaching & Learning Scholarship, Seoul National University

2005
Fall Semester Independent Study Scholarship, Center for Teaching & Learning, Seoul National University

2005
Undergraduate Student Research Award (Gold Prize), Institute of Psychological Science, Seoul National University, Project: Recognition and Eye (Team project of 2005 Biological Psychology Lab class)

PUBLICATIONS (*: equal contribution)

  1. Park SH, Russ BE, McMahon DBT, Koyano KW, Berman RA, Leopold DA (2017) Functional subpopulations of neurons in a macaque face patch revealed by singleunit fMRI mapping. Neuron 95: 971–981.

  2. Park SH*, Cha K*, Lee S-H (2013) Coaxial anisotropy of cortical point spread in human visual areas. Journal of Neuroscience 33:1143–1156.

  3. Park SH, Lee S-H, Blake R (in preparation) Motion in a flash contributes to the flashlag effect.

  4. Park SH, Lee S-H (in preparation) Perceptual correlates of stimulus-locked cortical oscillations.

CONFERENCE ABSTRACTS

  1. Park SH, Russ BE, McMahon DBT, Koyano KW, Berman RA, Leopold DA (2017) Functional subpopulations of neurons in a macaque face patch revealed by singleunit fMRI mapping. The 40th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society, Chiba, Japan. Poster.

  2. Park SH, Russ BE, McMahon DBT, Berman RA, Leopold DA (2016) Functional subpopulations of neurons in a macaque face patch revealed by single-unit fMRI mapping. 8th NIH-Annual Bioscience and Engineering Symposium, North Bethesda, MD, USA. Talk.

  3. Park SH, Russ BE, McMahon DBT, Berman RA, Leopold DA (2016) Functional subpopulations of neurons in a macaque face patch revealed by single-unit fMRI mapping. Gordon Research Conference: Neurobiology of Cognition, Newry, ME, USA. Poster.

  4. Park SH, Russ BE, McMahon DBT, Godlove DC, Leopold DA (2015) Functional MRI mapping based on responses of face-selective neurons during free viewing of natural videos. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, IL, USA. Poster.

  5. Park SH, Russ BE, McMahon DBT, Elnaiem HD, Leopold DA (2014) Functional MRI mapping of IT single unit responses during natural vision. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC, USA. Poster.

  6. Park SH, Lee S-H, Blake R (2012) Center/surround motion interactions measured using a nulling procedure. Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Incheon, South Korea. Poster.

  7. Park SH, Cha K, Lee S-H (2011) Anisotropic spread of cortical activity in human visual cortex. Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Hong Kong, China. Talk.

  8. Park SH, Cha K, Lee S-H (2010) Anisotropic spread of cortical activity in human visual cortex. Cognitive Neuroscience Conference in Korea, Seoul, South Korea. Poster.

  9. Park SH, Lee S-H (2007) Gamma-frequency feature-specific modulation in visual detection: a psychophysical study. Summer Conference of Korean Society for Cognitive and Biological Psychology, Gwangju, South Korea. Poster.

  10. Park SH, Lee S-H (2007) Feature-specific modulation of gamma oscillations in visual detection. Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL, USA. Talk.

  11. Park SH, Lee S-H (2005) Psychophysical evidence for oscillating waves of excitability: analysis of response times. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC, USA. Poster.

Conference Abstracts

  1. Park SH, Russ BE, McMahon DBT, Koyano KW, Berman RA, Leopold DA (2017) Functional subpopulations of neurons in a macaque face patch revealed by singleunit fMRI mapping. The 40th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society, Chiba, Japan. Poster.

  2. Park SH, Russ BE, McMahon DBT, Berman RA, Leopold DA (2016) Functional subpopulations of neurons in a macaque face patch revealed by single-unit fMRI Park CV 3 mapping. 8th NIH-Annual Bioscience and Engineering Symposium, North Bethesda, MD, USA. Talk. Park

  3. Park SH, Russ BE, McMahon DBT, Berman RA, Leopold DA (2016) Functional subpopulations of neurons in a macaque face patch revealed by single-unit fMRI mapping. Gordon Research Conference: Neurobiology of Cognition, Newry, ME, USA. Poster.

  4. Park SH, Russ BE, McMahon DBT, Godlove DC, Leopold DA (2015) Functional MRI mapping based on responses of face-selective neurons during free viewing of natural videos. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, IL, USA. Poster.

  5. Park SH, Russ BE, McMahon DBT, Elnaiem HD, Leopold DA (2014) Functional MRI mapping of IT single unit responses during natural vision. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC, USA. Poster.

  6. Park SH, Lee S-H, Blake R (2012) Center/surround motion interactions measured using a nulling procedure. Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Incheon, South Korea. Poster.

  7. Park SH, Cha K, Lee S-H (2011) Anisotropic spread of cortical activity in human visual cortex. Asia-Pacific Conference on Vision, Hong Kong, China. Talk.

    Park SH, Cha K, Lee S-H (2010) Anisotropic spread of cortical activity in human visual cortex. Cognitive Neuroscience Conference in Korea, Seoul, South Korea. Poster.

  8. Park SH, Lee S-H (2007) Gamma-frequency feature-specific modulation in visual detection: a psychophysical study. Summer Conference of Korean Society for Cognitive and Biological Psychology, Gwangju, South Korea. Poster.

  9. Park SH, Lee S-H (2007) Feature-specific modulation of gamma oscillations in visual detection. Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society, Sarasota, FL, USA. Talk.

  10. Park SH, Lee S-H (2005) Psychophysical evidence for oscillating waves of excitability: analysis of response times. Annual Meeting of the Society for Neuroscience, Washington, DC, USA. Poster.

RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2011–2011
Visiting Student
Psychology Department (Blake laboratory)
Vanderbilt University, USA

2005–2007
Undergraduate Research Assistant
Cognitive & Systems Neuroscience Laboratory

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2007–2009
Psychology: Understanding of Human Mind (TA, undergraduate course)

2007
Spring & Fall Introduction to Psychology (TA, undergraduate course)

2007
Fall Cognitive Neuroscience (TA, graduate course)

2007
Spring Advanced Vision Science (TA, graduate course)

REFERENCES

Sang-Hun Lee, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences / Interdisciplinary Program in Neuroscience
Seoul National University
1 Gwanak-ro, Gwanak-gu, Seoul 151-742, Republic of Korea
Phone: +82-2-880-9129; FAX: +82-2-871-9129
e-mail: visionsl@snu.ac.kr

David A. Leopold, Ph.D.
Chief, Section on Cognitive Neurophysiology and Imaging
Laboratory of Neuropsychology
National Institute of Mental Health,
National Institutes of Health
Building 49, Room 1E21, MSC-4400
49 Convent Dr., Bethesda, MD 20892 USA
Phone: 301-594-0582; FAX: 301-480-1644
e-mail: leopoldd@mail.nih.govhttp://lnpsych.nimh.nih.gov/leopold

Randolph Blake, Ph.D.
Centennial Professor of Psychology
Professor, Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences
Vanderbilt University
PMB 407817
2301 Vanderbilt Place
Nashville, TN 37240-7817 USA
Phone: 615-343-7010; FAX: 615-343-8449
e-mail: randolph.blake@vanderbilt.edu
http://www.psy.vanderbilt.edu/faculty/blake/blake.html

Professor of Brain and Cognitive Sciences
Seoul National University
1 Gwanak-ro, Gwanak-gu, Seoul 151-742, Republic of Korea
Phone: +82-2-880-9108; FAX: +82-2-871-912
e-mail: blakerr@snu.ac.kr