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Zhong Hanbing


Assistant professor

Department of Biology

0755-88018417

zhonghb@sustc.edu.cn

Professional Experience:

◆ 2013-present  Assistant Professor

Department of Biology

South University of Science and Technology of China

 

◆ 2008-2013     Associate Professor

Shenzhen Graduate School

Peking University

 

◆ 2007-2008    Postdoctoral Fellow

Dept. of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology

University of California, Los Angeles

                                   

Educational Background:

◆ 2004-2006    Visiting Scholar

Dept. of Molecular, Cell and Developmental Biology

University of California, Los Angeles

                                               

◆ 2000-2007    Ph. D. in Cell Biology

School of Life Science

Peking University

 

1995-999     B. S. in Marine Biology

Ocean University of Qingdao

 

Selected Publication:

◆ Ren, G., Li, S., Zhong, H., and Lin, S. (2013) Zebrafish tyrosine hydroxylase 2 gene encodes tryptophan hydroxylase. The Journal of biological chemistry 288, 22451-22459

◆ Chen, L., Ren, X., Liang, F., Li, S., Zhong, H., and Lin, S. (2012) Characterization of two novel small molecules targeting melanocyte development in zebrafish embryogenesis. Pigment cell & melanoma research 25, 446-453

◆ Zhong, H., Wang, D., Wang, N., Rios, Y., Huang, H., Li, S., Wu, X., and Lin, S. (2011) Combinatory action of VEGFR2 and MAP kinase pathways maintains endothelial-cell integrity. Cell research 21, 1080-1087

◆ Zhong, H., Zou, H., Semenov, M. V., Moshinsky, D., He, X., Huang, H., Li, S., Quan, J., Yang, Z., and Lin, S. (2009) Characterization and development of novel small-molecules inhibiting GSK3 and activating Wnt signaling. Molecular bioSystems 5, 1356-1360

◆ Zhong, H., Wu, X., Huang, H., Fan, Q., Zhu, Z., and Lin, S. (2006) Vertebrate MAX-1 is required for vascular patterning in zebrafish. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 103, 16800-16805

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