题 目：Mass Spectrometry for Assessing the Occurrence, Repair and Biological Consequences of DNA Damage
时 间：2017年12月2日（上午10:30~ ）
Yinsheng Wang received his Ph. D. degree from Washington University in St. Louis after obtaining his BS and MS degrees from Shandong University and Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, respectively. He joined the faculty of the University of California Riverside in 2001, where he is now a Professor and Donald T. Sawyer Endowed Founder’s Chair of Chemistry. He also directs the Environmental Toxicology graduate program. His current research involves the use of mass spectrometry, along with synthetic organic chemistry and molecular biology, for examining the occurrence and biological consequences of DNA damage and for assessing the biological functions of post-translational modifications of proteins. Yinsheng has trained or in the process of training of more than 60 Ph. D. students and post-doctoral fellows, and he has co-authored more than 220 research articles. Yinsheng was named as a fellow for the American Association for the Advancement of Sciences in 2012 and the Yangtze River Scholars Distinguished Professor in 2016. In addition, he was the inaugural recipient for the Chemical Research in Toxicology Young Investigator Award from the Division of Chemical Toxicology of the American Chemical Society (2012), and the 2013 Biemann Medal from the American Society for Mass Spectrometry.