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Doctor Sin-Jin Li

National Taiwan University, Taipei (Taiwan)

Dr. Sin-Jin Li is a postdoctoral fellow at National Taiwan University, as a highly innovative and accomplished research scientist with strong background in molecular biology, metabolism, and nutrition. During her Ph.D. program, she focused on dietary induced metabolic-related diseases, such as MetS, NASH, and cardiomyopathy. The year before last, she joined Prof. Mochly-Rosen’s lab at Stanford University. She worked with the team members identified the characteristics of the newly ALDH2 variants, including chemical structure, enzyme activity, and their functions in vitro, successfully enriched the understanding of ALDH2 variants. This study could develop “precision medicine” approach to patient care. However, she is never happy with the status quo. Along with these experience, she hopes to develop herself to keep pace with the changes of the era in her profession. She believe join this “Heart Failure” conference will be the best opportunity where she can sharpen her scientific skill.

Dietary-induced obesity causes cardiomyopathy in Lee-Sung minipigs model -- role of mitochondrial dynamics and oxidative stress

Event: HEART FAILURE 2016

Topic: Animal models and experimentation

Session: Basic Science: Animal models and experimentation

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