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GuangxuJin

Guangxu Jin Ph.D.



Present Title & Affiliation


Postdoc, Department of Systems Medicine and Bioengineering, The Methodist Hospital Research Institute, Weill Cornell Medical College, Houston, TX


Office Address


The Methodist Hospital Research Institute
6565 Fannin ST
West Pavilion 307
Houston, TX 77030
Office: +1 (713)-441-7268
Cell: +1 (832)-738-2167


Education & Training



Degree-Granting Education

2005.9 ~ 2008.7Academy of Mathematics & Systems Science, CAS, Ph.D., Operational Research
2002.9 ~ 2005.7Shenyang Normal University, M.S., Operational Research
1998.9 ~ 2002.7Shenyang Normal University, B.S., Applied Mathematics

Postgraduate Traning


2007.12 ~ 2008.10Exchange Student, The Methodist Hospital Research Institute & Weill Cornell Medical College
2008.10 ~ presentPostdoctoral Fellow, The Methodist Hospital Research Institute & Weill Cornell Medical College


Professional Memberships


American Association Cancer Research
Associate Member, 2011-present


Research Interests




Selected Publications



Peer-Reviewed Original Research Articles

  1. Guangxu Jin, Changhe Fu, Hong Zhao, Kemi Cui, Jenny Chang, Stephen T.C. Wong
    A novel method of transcriptional response analysis to facilitate drug repositioning for cancer therapy.
    Cancer Res, doi:10.1158/0008-5472.CAN-11-2333, 2011.
  2. Guangxu Jin, Hong Zhao, Xiaobo Zhou, Stephen T.C. Wong
    An enhanced Petri-net model to predict synergistic effects of pairwise drug combinations from gene microarray data.
    Bioinformatics, 27(13):i310-6, 2011.
  3. Jin G, Cui K, Zhou X, Wong ST
    Unraveling the Signal-Transduction Networks in Cancer Metastasis.
    IEEE Signal Proc Mag 26: 129-132, 2009.
  4. Jin G, Zhou X, Cui K, Zhang XS, Chen L, Wong ST
    A cross-platform method for identifying candidate network biomarkers for prostate cancer.
    IET Syst Biol 3(6), 505-512, 2009

Book Chapters


Inventions



Last updated: 11/28/11
Journals:
  1. Jin G, Cui K, Zhou X, Wong ST (2009) Unraveling the Signal-Transduction Networks in Cancer Metastasis. IEEE Signal Proc Mag 26: 129-132. PDF
  2. Jin G, Zhou X, Cui K, Zhang XS, Chen L, Wong ST (2009) A cross-platform method for identifying candidate network biomarkers for prostate cancer. IET Syst Biol 3(6), 505-512.
  3. Wang RS, Jin G, Zhang XS, Chen L (2009) Modeling post-transcriptional regulation activity of small non-coding RNAs in Escherichia coli. BMC Bioinformatics 10 Suppl 4: S6.
  4. Jin G, Zhou X, Wang H, Zhao H, Cui K, Zhang XS, Chen L, Hazen SL, Li K, Wong ST (2008) The Knowledge-Integrated Network Biomarkers Discovery for Major Adverse Cardiac Events. J Proteome Res 7(9): 4013-4021. PDF
  5. Jin G, Zhang S, Zhang XS, Chen L (2007) Hubs with Network Motifs Organize Modularity Dynamically in the Protein-Protein Interaction Network of Yeast. PLoS ONE 2(11): e1207. Sorry, a file named plosone.pdf does not exist.
  6. Zhang S, Jin G, Zhang XS, Chen L (2007) Discovering functions and revealing mechanisms at molecular level from biological networks. Proteomics 7(16): 2856-2869. PDF
Conferences:
  1. Zhao H*, Jin G*, Wong H, Cui K, Li F, Zhang S, Wong S, Zhou X, Chang J, Wong ST (2009) Drug reposition for brain metastasis of breast cancer. AACR [Abstract] 100: 3573. * Co-first
  2. Cui K*, Jin G*, Zhong H, Li F, Wang L, Zhou X, Wong ST (2009) Mechanism-based metastatic prostate cancer targets discovery. AACR [Abstract] 100: 2452. * Co-first
  3. Jin G, Zhou X, Lewis MT, Rosen JM, Wong ST (2009) Singal-transduction based network biomarkers for tumor-initiating cells in a p53-Null mouse model of breast cancer. 32nd Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium [Abstract]: 2138
  4. Zhao H, Cui K, Nie F, Jin G, Li F, Wu LY, Wang L, Miriam BB, Zhang S, Mao Y, Yildirim N, Sun A, Wong ST (2009) Effects of rapamycin on breast cancer cell migration through the cross-talk of MAPK pathway. 32nd Annual San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium [Abstract]: 5080
  5. Wang RS, Jin G, Zhang XS, Chen L (2008) Reconstruction of post-transcriptional regulatory signals in E. coli. IEEE BIBM'08: 339-342.
  6. Jin G, Zhou X, Cui K, Wong ST (2008) The network biomarker discovery in prostate cancer from both genomics and proteomics levels. OSB'08: 136-143.
  7. Jin G, Zhang S, Zhang XS, Chen L (2007) New insights into network motif clusters from the views of cellular localization and signal pathway. OSB'07: 100-109.
Book Chapter:
  1. Jin G, Zhou X, Wang H, Wong ST (2009) The challenges in blood proteomic biomarker discovery. Applied Bioinformatics and Biostatistics in Cancer Research, Springer-Verlag New York Chapter 12.

PDFs of Publications:

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AACR-hong.pdf 2009-03-31 07:44 18Kb
AACR-kemi.pdf 2009-03-31 07:44 18Kb
Guangxu Jin_20131015_1.pdf 2013-10-16 04:43 94Kb
Guangxu Jin_20140609.pdf 2014-07-01 21:12 119Kb
GuangxuJin_20131015_1.pdf 2013-10-16 04:45 94Kb
Guangxu_Jin_CV_063012.pdf 2012-06-01 02:35 124Kb
IEEESignalProcMag.pdf 2009-10-02 23:05 869Kb
Plosone.pdf 2007-12-23 15:03 1Mb
Proteomics.pdf 2008-12-23 06:51 407Kb
pr8002886.pdf 2008-12-23 06:53 4Mb

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