Bing Yao, Ph.D.
Bing received his B.S. in Marine Biology (2002) and M.S. in Molecular Genetics and Breeding (2005) from the Ocean University of China. His Master’s Thesis focused on the molecular genetics and breeding of shellfish. In 2006, he joined the IDP Ph.D. Program at the University of Florida College of Medicine. His Doctoral Thesis work focused on the roles of the GW182 protein in inducing miRNA mediated gene repression and regulating miRNA stability. Bing currently works as a postdoctoral associate in the laboratory of Dr. Peng Jin at Emory University.
- Ph.D. in Biomedical Sciences, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL, USA, 2012
- M.S. in Molecular Genetics and Breeding, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China, 2005
- B.S. in Marine Biology, Ocean University of China, Qingdao, China, 2002
Yao, B., Li, S., Jung, H.M., Lian, S.L., Abadal, G.X., Han, F., Fritzler, M.J. and Chan, E.K. (2011) Divergent GW182 functional domains in the regulation of translational silencing. Nucleic Acids Res, 39, 2534-2547.
Patel, R.S., Jakymiw, A., Yao, B., Pauley, B.A., Carcamo, W.C., Katz, J., Cheng, J.Q. and Chan, E.K. (2011) High resolution of microRNA signatures in human whole saliva. Arch Oral Biol.
Jin, B., Yao, B., Li, J.L., Fields, C.R., Delmas, A.L., Liu, C. and Robertson, K.D. (2009) DNMT1 and DNMT3B modulate distinct polycomb-mediated histone modifications in colon cancer. Cancer Res, 69, 7412-7421.
Qiu, J., Ai, L., Ramachandran, C., Yao, B., Gopalakrishnan, S., Fields, C.R., Delmas, A.L., Dyer, L.M., Melnick, S.J., Yachnis, A.T. et al. (2008) Invasion suppressor cystatin E/M (CST6): high-level cell type-specific expression in normal brain and epigenetic silencing in gliomas. Lab Invest, 88, 910-925.
Zhang, Y., Lin, N., Carroll, P.M., Chan, G., Guan, B., Xiao, H., Yao, B., Wu, S.S. and Zhou, L. (2008) Epigenetic blocking of an enhancer region controls irradiation-induced proapoptotic gene expression in Drosophila embryos. Dev Cell, 14, 481-493.
Book Chapters & Reviews
Yao, B., Li, S. and Chan, E.K. (2011) Function of GW182 and GW bodies in siRNA and miRNA pathways. Springer Press, In press.
Yao, B., Li, S., Lian, S.L., Fritzler, M.J. and Chan, E.K. (2011) Mapping of Ago2-GW182 functional interactions. Methods Mol Biol, 725, 45-62.
Ceribelli, A., Yao, B., Dominguez-Gutierrez, P.R. and Chan, E.K. (2011) Lupus T cells switched on by DNA hypomethylation via microRNA? Arthritis Rheum, 63, 1177-1181.
Ceribelli, A., Yao, B., Dominguez-Gutierrez, P.R., Nahid, M.A., Satoh, M. and Chan, E.K. (2011) MicroRNAs in systemic rheumatic diseases. Arthritis Res Ther, 13, 229.
National Conference Presentations
Bing Yao, Lan La, Ying-Chi Chen, Lung-Ji Chang and Edward K.L. Chan. Role of GW182 in regulating miRNA stability. Oct, 2011 Cell Symposia Regulatory RNAs, Chicago, IL. Poster presentation.
Bing Yao, Lan La, Abu Nahid and Edward K. L. Chan. Selective secretion of miR-146a containing exosomes in lipopolysaccharide induced monocytes. 2011. Mechanism and Biology of Silencing, Keystone Symposia, Monterey, CA. Poster presentation.
Bing Yao, Songqing Li, Hyunmin Jung, Shang L. Lian, Grant X. Abadal, Frank Han, Marvin J. Fritzler, and Edward K. L. Chan. Divergent GW182 functional domains in the regulation of translational repression. 2010 RNA society meeting, Seattle, WA. Poster presentation.
Bing Yao, Songqing Li, Shang L. Lian, Grant X. Abadal, and Edward K. L. Chan. Defining divergent GW182 functional domains in the regulation of translational repression, 2009 ASCB annual meeting, San Diego, CA. Poster presentation.
Awards & Honors
Third Place Overall, 2011 UF Medical Guild Graduate Student Research Competition
First Place, 2011 UF Medical Guild Graduate Student Research Competition, Molecular Cell Biology Concentration
2009-2010 HHMI Science for Life Graduate Student Award for outstanding mentoring of undergraduate students leading to research and scholarly publications