College of Biomedical Engineering and Instrument Science Zhejiang University
Dr. Yin has worked in the fields of bioinformatics and systems biology for many years, with a particular focus on the interdisciplinary research of information science and biological sciences and clinical medicine. She mainly researches the use of complex system biology modeling and high-performance simulation to reveal the dynamic mechanism of important molecular signaling pathways in cells, and to predict the activation characteristics and dynamic molecular regulation mechanisms of important enzyme proteins in signaling pathways. In addition, during post-doctoral work, she participated in a multi-omics research project on malaria funded by NIH/DHHS in the United States, and was responsible for the effective information mining of the large-scale omics data obtained. A platform for analyzing and processing small sample bio-group data and extracting stable biological network structure has been developed, and an algorithm for fast learning of large tree network structure has been proposed. Her researches have been published in related journals such as Annals of Biomedical Engineering, BMC Systems Biology, and Frontiers in Cell and Developmental Biology.