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Curriculum Vitae
Wen-Hui Lin, Ph.D.

Wendylin@nature.berkeley.edu

Department of Plant and Microbial Biology

University of California at Berkeley

Berkeley, CA, 94720

Education Background:

1996-2000:

Undergraduate study, Bachelor Degree

Speciality:

Biology

Department of Biological Sciences, Xia Men University



2000-2005:

Ph.D. study, Ph.D. Degree

Speciality:

Plant Molecular Genetics

National Key Laboratory of Plant Molecular Genetics

Partner group of Max-Plank-Institute on “Plant Mol Physiol and Signal Transduction”

Shanghai Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology (SIPPE),

Shanghai Institutes of Biological Sciences (SIBS),

Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).





Appointments and work experience:

Sep-Nov, 2002: Visiting Research Assistant, Max-Plank-Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology, Golm, Germany for cooperative research work.

Sep, 2002: Visit the Plant Research International, Wageningen, Netherlands.

1st Sep, 2003-29th Jan, 2004: Visiting Research Assistant, University of the East Anglia, Norwich, England for cooperation research work.
Honors:

2005: Award of Shanghai Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology

2004: Outstanding Scholarship of Chinese Academic Sciences (CAS)

Outstanding Scholarship of Di-Ao (CAS)

2001: Director Award of Shanghai Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology.

2000: President Award of Shanghai Institutes of Biological sciences, CAS.

1998,1997: Outstanding scholarship of Department of Biological Sciences, Xia Men University.

Conference attendances

Oct, 2002: 1st European Organization of Plant Science, in Brunnen, Switzerland.

Jan, 2003: Evaluation of partner group of Max-Plank Society and National Laboratory of Plant Molecular Genetics and give progress report, Shanghai, China.

Sep, 2004: 18th International Conference on Plant Growth Substances (oral-presentation), in Canberra, Australia.

Nov, 2004: 4th Workshop on Arabidopsis Research (oral-presentation), Shanghai, China.


Publications:

1. Lin WH, Wang Y, Mueller-Roeber B, Brearley CA, Xu ZH, Xue HW. At5PTase13 modulates cotyledon vein development through regulating auxin homeostasis.


Plant Physiol. 2005, 139(4):1677-91.

2. Lin WH, Ye R, Ma H, Xu ZH, Xue HW. 2004. DNA chip-based expression profile analysis indicates involvement of the phosphatidylinositol signaling pathway in multiple plant responses to hormone and abiotic treatments. Cell Res. 4: 34-45.

3. Xu J, Brearley CA, Lin WH, Wang Y, Ye R, Mueller-Roeber B, Xu ZH, Xue HW. 2005. A Role of Arabidopsis Inositol Polyphosphate Kinase, AtIPK2{alpha}, in Pollen Germination and Root Growth. Plant Physiol. 137:94-103.

4. Ma H, Lou Y, Lin WH and Xue HW. MORN motifs in plant PIPKs are involved in the

regulation subcellular localization and phospholipid binding. Cell Res. (in press, 2006)

5. Lou Y, Ma H, Lin WH, Chu ZQ, Mueller-Roeber B, Xu ZH and Xue HW. The highly

charged region plant ¦Â-type phosphatidylinositol 4-kinase is involved in membrane

targeting and phospholipid binding. Plant Mol Biol. (in press, 2006).


Conference Abstracts:

  1. 1st European Organization of Plant Science: Oct. 2002, Switzerland.

Expression profiling analysis on plant phosphatidylinositol signaling pathway via cDNA chips.

Lin WH, Ye R, Ma H, Xu ZH and Xue HW.

  1. Annual meeting of Chinese Association of plant physiology, Apr. 2003, China.

The expression profiling and functional characterization of PI pathway and inositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatase and in higher plants.

Lin WH, Ye R, Ma H, Brearley CA, Mueller-Roeber B, Xu ZH and Xue HW.

The functional characterization of Phosphatidylinositol 4-phosphate 5-kinases (PIPKs) in Oryza Sativa.

Ma H, Xu SP, Lin WH, Xu ZH and Xue HW.

3. 7th International Congress of Plant Molecular Biology: Jun. 2003, Spain.

Expression profiling analysis of plant phosphatidylinositol signaling pathway and fuctional characterization of inositol polyphosphate phosphatase.

Lin WH, Ye R, Ma H, Brearley CA, Mueller-Roeber B, Xu ZH and Xue HW.


  1. 18th International Conference on Plant Growth Substances, Sep. 2004, Australia.

Arabidopsis inositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatase 6 (AtIPP6) involved in auxin-mediated cotyledon vascular tissues development.

Lin WH, Wang Y, Brearley CA, Niu Y, Xu ZH and Xue HW.

  1. 4th Workshop on Arabidopsis Research, Nov. 2004, China.

AtIPP6, an Arabidopsis inositol polyphosphate 5-phosphatase, modulates cotyledon vein development through regulating auxin homeostasis.

Lin WH, Wang Y, Brearley CA, Mueller-Roeber B, Xu ZH and Xue HW.
References:

Professor Hong-Wei Xue. Deputy Director

Professor Xiao-Ya Chen. Director, Academician of CAS

Shanghai Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology (SIPPE),

Shanghai Institutes of Biological Sciences (SIBS),

Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS).


Professor, Zhi-Hong Xu. President, Academician of CAS, Peking University,

Shanghai Institute of Plant Physiology and Ecology


Prof. Bernd Mueller-Roeber.

Max-Plank-Institute of Molecular Plant Physiology


Dr. Charles Brearley

University of the East Anglia







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