Yuemin from United States applies for Blue Card Germany

Biologists, botanists, zoologists and related professionals

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Name of profession: Biologists, botanists, zoologists and related professionals Name of latest business sector: Johns Hopkins University Latest occupation/title: Postdoc fellow Latest main activities: Research


Completed education: doctoral Title or Qualification: Dr. Specialisation: Biology Additional trainings:

Preferred countries:

1. Preferred country | region / city: Germany | Bavaria 2. Preferred country | region / city: Austria | vienna 3. Preferred country | region / city: United Kingdom |

Language skills:

1. Language skills: english => excellent 2. Language skills: german => reasonable 3. Language skills: Chinese => excellent

Personal note /detailed application:

I am interested in the process of electrolyte transport that takes place in epithelial tissues from airways and intestine. Ion transport in these tissues controls mucociliary clearance and intestinal transport. Neurodegenerative disease and aging are other topics that I am interested in.
2008-2012 Ph.D, Physiology, University of Regensburg, Germany. Title of thesis: Regulation and function of Anoctamins, a family of Ca2+ activated Cl- channels.
2004-2007 Master, Physiology, Capital University of Medical Sciences, School of Basic Medical Sciences, China. Title of thesis: Alteration of dopaminergic markers in gastrointestinal tract of different rodent models of Parkinson's disease.
1999-2003 Bachelor, Agriculture, Beijing Forestry University, School of Soil and Water Conservation, China. Title of thesis: Rhododendron soilless culture.
2012-now Postdoctoral Fellow - Johns Hopkins University, School of Medicine, Department of Physiology. Projects: 1) a new channel found in catfish lateral line 2) function of anoctamin 5 in plasma membrane repair
2007-2008 Research Assistant - Chinese University of Hong Kong, Epithelia Cell Biology Research Center, Department of Physiology. Projects: 1) virus transform embryo fiber blast cells into pluripotent stem cells 2) attempt to treated tumor by Chinese medicine
2011-2012 Taught electrophysiology techniques to practice students
2004-2005 Taught physiology practice course to undergraduate medical students
Live cell imaging, Stem cell culture, Plasmid Transfection, Virus Transduction, Patch clamp, Double electrode voltage clamp, Ussing chamber, RNA and DNA isolation, RT-real time-PCR, Gene clone, Protein isolation, Immunoprecipitation, Protein gel electrophoresis, Western blotting, Immunofluorescence
Chinese (Mandarin) - Native, English – Proficient, German - Elementary
Travel, swimming, jogging, watching movies, listening to music…


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