Shuling Guo

Shuling Guo

 


While she was a graduate student in the York lab, Shuling worked on the biochemical characterization of the Inp5 protein family and the concerted and/or independent roles of each autonomous lipid phosphatase domain of Inp52, Inp53 and human synaptojanin.. She received her Ph.D. from Duke in March 2001. The title of her thesis was "Characterization of a Novel Class of Dual-Functional Inositol Lipid Phosphatases".

Currently, Shuling is a post-doc in Owen Witte's lab at UCLA studying B cell development and activation of Bruton's tyrosine kinase (Btk) .


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