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In Lin lab, we are using Arabidopsis and rice as the model plants and interested in the hormonal regulation of plant development, as well as the crosstalk of hormones and other signals functions in plant growth and morphogenesis. Currently we focus on Brassinosteroids-mediated seed development, seed number determination, and seed yield regulation.
Our investigation would not only illustrate the hormones signal network in plant reproductive development, but also give clues for potential application in agriculture production. Welcome to join us or discuss cooperation with us.

 

 
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Wen-Hui Lin, Ph.D., Professor
Principle Investigator
School of Life Sciences and
Biotechnology Shanghai Jiao Tong University

Professional Experience
2015.9-2016.9, Visitor Scholar, Department of Plant  and Microbial Biology, University of California, Berkeley, USA
2014.5-present, Principle Investigator, Research Group of Phytohormones and Reproductive Development, Department of Genetics and Developmental Science, School of Life Sciences and Biotechnology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University
2008.3-2014.4, co-PI, Research Group of Hormones Signal Transduction, Key Laboratory of Plant Molecular Physiology, Institute of Botany, Chinese Academy of Science
2007.11-2008.2, Postdoctarol traning, Department of Plant Biology, Carnegie Institute for Science, Stanford, USA
2005.10-2007.11, Postdoctarol training, Department of Plant and Microbial Biology, University of California, Berkeley, USA
 




More Grant Activities
1. National Natural Science Foundation of China (NSFC) / Research Grants Council (RGC) Joint Research Scheme, 2018-2021, $137,500
2. National Science Foundation of China. 2018-2021, $113,300.
3. Opening Research Projects of National Key Laboratory of Plant Molecular Genetics SIPPE, SIBS, CAS. 2015-2016, $14,710.
4. SMC-A plan of Shanghai Jiao Tong University. 2015-2017, $22,000.
5. National Science Foundation of China. 2014-2017, $117,600.
6. National Basic Research Program of China 2014-2018, $73,530.
7. National Science Foundation of China 2009-2011, $95,200
8. Ministry of Agriculture of China 2009-2010, $501, 500
9. Ministry of Agriculture of China 2008-2009, $ 106,300
10. National Basic Research Program of China. 2009-2013, $ 142,900