Qishan Lin


Dr. Lin joined the staff of Center for Functional Genomics (CFG) in 2002, as Core Director of the Proteomics/Mass Spec Facility. He is also a Research Associate Professor, in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, School of Public Health, State University of New York at Albany.

Dr. Lin earned his doctoral degree in Analytical Chemistry at the Institute of Chemistry of Chinese Academy of Sciences, China in 1996. In 1997, he was promoted to Research Associate Professor to pursue his independent research ideas in analytical chemistry. He completed his post-doctoral research fellowship training in protein and membrane lipid biochemistry under the mentorship of Dr. John Glomset at the Howard Hughes Medical Institute (University of Washington, Seattle) in 2000. Following that, he continued his biomedical research fellowship training at the Heart Institute of the Albany Medical Center, New York in 2001. He served as chief proteomics/mass spec scientist in the Myomatrix Therapeutics, LLC (Cytopia) in 2002.

Research Interests:

His research interests include methodology development for proteomics, metabolomics, and mass spectrometry; mammalian cell membrane structure; phosphorylation in cellular signal transduction; and molecular proteomic changes in neurodegenerative and cardiovascular diseases.

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