Xiangjia Jack Min - Bioinformatics YSU Back to Home Page

Xiangjia (Jack) Min

Also known as: Xiang Jia Min
Professor in Bioinformatics and Plant Biology
  • Education: Ph.D. (1995) University of Hawaii; MSS (Master of Software Systems) (2002) University of British Columbia;
    MS (1987) China Agricultural University; BS (1984) Qingdao Agricultural University
    Postdoctoral Research: University of British Columbia (1996-1998); Institute of Physical and Chemical Research (RIKEN), Japan (1998-2000)
    Work Experience: Research associate - University of British Columbia (2000-2002); Concordia University (2002-2008)
    Contact Information
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    Department of Chemical and Biological Sciences
    College of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
    Youngstown State University
    One University Plaza
    Youngstown, Ohio 44555
    Bioinformatics Tools and Databases

    Current Research & Teaching at YSU (2008 - present)

  • Research projects: (1) Bioinformatics software and database development - software tools for DNA sequence analysis and identification of alternatively spliced genes; knowledge database development for secretomes and alternatively spliced genes; (2) Gene and genome annotation and evolutionary analysis.
  • Teaching: BIOL1505: Biology & the Modern World; BIOL2601: General Biology - Molecules and Cells; BIOL3721: Genetics; BIOL3745: Plant Physiology; BIOL4890L: Molecular Genetics Laboratory; BIOL6964: Advanced Molecluar Genetics; BIOL4800: Bioinformatics; BIOL6900: Advanced Bioinformatics; BIOL5858: Computational Bioinformatics
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    Publications (Full papers in journals, conference proceedings, and invited book chapters) [see Google Scholar for Citations]

    Webserver and Database Links

    Memebership in Prefessional Societies

    Other Academic Activities

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