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林森杰  博士
" 千人计划入选者"
厦门大学翔安校区周隆泉楼
海洋基因组学功能实验室
Dr. Lin Senjie
Awardee of Recruitment Program of Global Experts
zhoulongquan building,xiangan campus,xiamen university.
Marine EcoGenomics Laboratory
Tel:0592-2189772
Fax:0592-2186779
Email:senjie.lin@xmu.edu.cn
 
个人履历 Brief CV
  ◆ Education:
  Ph.D. - State University of New York at Stony Brook, 1995- Biological Oceanography
  M. S. - Xiamen University, P. R. China, 1987- Marine Biology
  B. S. - Xiamen University, P. R. China, 1984 - Marine Biology
  纽约州立大学石溪分校博士 生物海洋专业 1995-
  厦门大学硕士 海洋生物专业 1987-
  厦门大学学士 海洋生物专业 1984-
  ◆ Profession:
  1000Plan Chair Professor, Xiamen University, Marine Sciences(2010-)
  Professor, University of Connecticut, Marine Sciences (2009-)
  Associate Professor, University of Connecticut, Marine Sciences (2005-2009)
  Assistant Professor, University of Connecticut, Marine Sciences (August 1999-2005)
  Adjunct Professor, University of Connecticut, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (July 2003-present)
  Visiting Professor, Stockholm University (April-May 2006)
  Visiting Professor, Scripps Institution of Oceanography (January-February 2006)
  Adjunct Assistant Professor, State University of New York, Stony Brook (March 1997-2001)
  Post-doc research associate, State University of New York, Stony Brook (August, 1995-March 1997)
  厦门大学 “千人计划” 特聘教授 (2010-)
  美国康涅狄格大学 教授 (2009-)
  美国康涅狄格大学 副教授 (2005-2009)
  美国康涅狄格大学 助理教授 (1999-2005)
  美国斯德哥尔摩大学 访问学者 (2006)
  美国斯克里普斯海洋研究所 访问学者 (2006)
  纽约州立大学石溪分校 兼职助理教授 (1997-2001)
  纽约州立大学石溪分校 博士后 (1995-1997)
研究方向 Research Interests
  The primary focus of my research is molecular ecology/functional genomics of dinoflagellates and other marine phytoplankton (microalgae). Current research can be summarized as: 1) Nutrient ecology; 2) Energy acquisition via proton-pump rhodopsin; 3) ecology of harmful algae; and 4) DNA barcoding and phytoplankton biodiversity.
  The second focus of my research is symbioses (e.g. coral-dinoflagellate, protist-alga). We take genomic approach to study how host/symbiont specificity (or plasticity) and symbiosis is regulated, and to provide insights into how coral bleaching is triggered and how bleached corals may be restored.
  In addition, we use molecular techniques to study trophic relationships (food web structure) in incubation-free fashion (in situ). For instance, we have developed PCR-based techniques for analyses of diets of wild-caught copepods, which have revealed surprising diet compositions.
代表性论文 Selected Publications
  Qiu, D., Huang, L., & Lin, S*. 2016. Cryptophyte farming by symbiotic ciliate host detected in situ. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 113(43), 12208-12213.
  Lin, S*., Cheng, S., Song, ., Zhong, X., Lin, X., Li, W., ... and Cai, M. 2015. The Symbiodinium kawagutii genome illuminates dinoflagellate gene expression and coral symbiosis. Science 350(6261), 691-694
  Dierssen, H., McManus, G. B., Chlus, A., Qiu, D., Gao, B. C., and Lin, S. 2015. Space station image captures a red tide ciliate bloom at high spectral and spatial resolution. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112(48), 14783-14787.
  Lin, S*., Litaker, R. W., and Sunda, W. G. 2016. Phosphorus physiological ecology and molecular mechanisms in marine phytoplankton.(Invited Review). Journal of phycology, 52(1), 10-36.
  Lin, X., Wang, L., Shi, X., and Lin, S*. 2015. Rapidly diverging evolution of an atypical alkaline phosphatase (PhoAaty) in marine phytoplankton: insights from dinoflagellate alkaline phosphatases. Frontiers in microbiology 6.
  Shi, X., Li, L., Guo, C., Lin, X., Li, M., and Lin, S*. 2015. Rhodopsin gene expression regulated by the light dark cycle, light spectrum and light intensity in the dinoflagellate Prorocentrum. Frontiers in microbiology 6.
  Lin, S*., Zhang, H., Hou, Y., Zhuang, Y. and Miranda, L. 2009. High-level diversity of dinoflagellates in the natural environment, revealed by assessment of mitochondrial cox1 and cob for dinoflagellate DNA barcoding. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 75: 1279-1290.
  Hu, S., Guo, Z., Li, T., Xu, C., Huang, H., Liu, S., and Lin, S*. 2015. Molecular analysis of in situ diets of coral reef copepods: evidence of terrestrial plant detritus as a food source in Sanya Bay, China. Journal of Plankton Research fbv014.
  Lin, S*. 2011. Genomic understanding of dinoflagellates. Research in microbiology, 162(6), 551-569.
  Lin, S*., Zhang, H., Zhuang, Y., Tran, B., and Gill, J. 2010. Spliced leader–based metatranscriptomic analyses lead to recognition of hidden genomic features in dinoflagellates. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107(46), 20033-20038.
学术任职 Affiliations/Service
  American Association for the Advancement of Science
  American Society for Microbiology
  American Society of Limnology and Oceanography
  American Society of Cell Biology
  International Society for the Study of Harmful Algae (ISSHA)
  American Society for Molecular Marine Biology and Biotechnology
  Phycological Society of America
  International Phycological Society