Dr. Yamamoto received his bachelor's, Master's and Ph.D. degrees in computer science from Keio University (Tokyo Japan). During the Ph.D. program, Dr. Yamamoto was deeply influenced by the Dr. Matt Wilson's work (MIT) and shifted to Computational / Systems Neuroscience. Dr. Yamamoto received his postdoctoral training in the Psychiatry Department at The University of Strasbourg Medical School (Louis Pasteur University, France) and in The Picower Institute for Learning and Memory at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) under supervision of Drs Guy Sandner (until 2000) and Matt Wilson (until 2008). He then worked in the Tonegawa laboratory at MIT as a Research Scientist until early 2017.
Dr. Yamamoto joined the UT Southwestern Medical Center as an Assistant Professor of Psychiatry Neuroscience in 2017.
- High-Density Large-Scale Neural Recordings in Psychosis Model Mice.
- Translational Human Recordings / Data Analysis in Psychotic Patients
- Direct Medial Entorhinal Cortex Input to Hippocampal CA1 Is Crucial for Extended Quiet Awake Replay
- Jun Yamamoto, Susumu Tonegawa Neuron 2017 96 1 217-227
- Successful execution of working memory linked to synchronized high-frequency gamma oscillations.
- Yamamoto J, Suh J, Takeuchi D, Tonegawa S Cell 2014 May 157 4 845-57
- Large-scale chronically implantable precision motorized microdrive array for freely behaving animals.
- Yamamoto J, Wilson MA J. Neurophysiol. 2008 Oct 100 4 2430-40
- Distinct speed dependence of entorhinal island and ocean cells, including respective grid cells.
- Sun C, Kitamura T, Yamamoto J, Martin J, Pignatelli M, Kitch LJ, Schnitzer MJ, Tonegawa S Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 2015 Jul 112 30 9466-71
- Neural representation of spatial topology in the rodent hippocampus.
- Chen Z, Gomperts SN, Yamamoto J, Wilson MA Neural Comput 2014 Jan 26 1 1-39
- Lack of kainic acid-induced gamma oscillations predicts subsequent CA1 excitotoxic cell death.
- Jinde S, Belforte JE, Yamamoto J, Wilson MA, Tonegawa S, Nakazawa K Eur. J. Neurosci. 2009 Sep 30 6 1036-55
- Frontal lesions do not alter the differential extinction of taste aversion conditioning in rats, when using two methods of sucrose delivery.
- Fresquet N, Yamamoto J, Sandner G Behav. Brain Res. 2003 Apr 141 1 25-34
- Conditioned taste aversion using four different means to deliver sucrose to rats.
- Yamamoto J, Fresquet N, Sandner G Physiol. Behav. 2002 Mar 75 3 387-96
- Department of Psychiatry, Neuroscience Division (2017)