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Helen Yin, Ph.D.
Helen was born in Shanghai, China and grew up in Hong Kong.   She graduated from Mount Holyoke College summa cum laude with a B.A. in Biology and from Harvard Medical School with a Ph.D. in Physiology.   Her postdoctoral fellowships were under Z.A. Cohn, M.D. (Rockefeller University) and T.P. Stossel, M.D. (Harvard Medical School and the Massachusetts General Hospital).   Helen became an Associate Professor at Harvard Medical School in 1985.   She joined UT Southwestern as a Professor of Physiology in 1989.

Hui Qiao (Susan) Sun, Ph.D.
Susan obtained her Ph.D. degree from the Graduate School of the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences, Beijing.   She joined the Yin Lab in 1991.   Susan codirects the Physiology Microscope Imaging Facility with Helen.  

Yongjie Wei, Ph.D.
Wei graduated with a Ph.D. degree from the State Key Laboratory for Biological Control, Zhongshan University, and joined the Yin Lab in 1999.  

Ying-Jie Wang, Ph.D.
Ying-Jie received his Ph.D. degree from the Flinders University School of Medicine in Australia. He started as a postdoctoral fellow in 2001.

Liying Chen, M.D., Ph.D.
Liying obtained her M.D. degree from Shanghai Medical University and Ph.D. degree from the University of Uppsala, Sweden. She joined the Yin lab in 2002.

Jing Wang, B.S.
Jing graduated from Shangdong University with a B.S. in 2000, and joined the Yin lab as a graduate student in 2002. She is in the Integrative Biology graduate program.

Manuel Martinez, B.S.
Manuel obtained a B.S. degree from the University of Dallas. and joined the Yin Lab in 1999.

Kaiko Kunii, M.S.
Kaiko obtained a M.S. degree from the Institute of Medical Sciences at the University of Tsukuba, Japan and joined the lab. in 2001.

Patricia Tucker
Patsy joined the group in 2001.

 
 

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