Ying Liu, M.D., Ph.D. Resident, PGY 1

Medical School:
Tianjin Medical University

Personal Interests:
Family, Travel, and Swimming

Reason for selecting UC Davis for Residency:
Reputation, supportive faculty, warm and welcoming residents

Clinical Interests

  • Surgical Pathology
  • Molecular Pathology
  • Cytology

Research Interests

  • Cancer Biomarker
  • Cancer Predisposing Mechanisms of GYN Cancer

CV Highlights/Brief Biography:

  • Ph.D., University of Southern California
  • M.S., Peking University
  • Editorial Board Member for Journal of Molecular Diagnosis and Therapy
  • Editorial Board Member for Medical Journal of Chinese People’s Health
  • Program Co-chair, American Cancer Society Chinese Relay

Publications, Abstracts and/or Posters

  • Liu, Y. Book chapter “Application of antigen retrieval in biological Science” in <Antigen Retrieval Technique: A Milestone in the History of Immunohistochemistry>, published by Peking University Medical Press, 2014 Oct. ISBN9787565908668
  • Liu Y, Hai-Yun Yen, Theresa Austria et al. “A mouse model that reproduces the developmental pathways and site specificity of the cancers associated with the human BRCA1 mutation carrier state” in EBioMedicine, 2015, Vol.2, No.10, 1318-1330
  • Liu Y, Malcolm C. Pike, Nancy Wu et al. “BRCA1 mutations enhance mouse reproductive functions by increasing responsiveness to male-derived scent” in PLOS ONE, 2015, Oct 21; 10 (10)
  • Liu Y, Louis Dubeau. “Advances of epithelial ovarian cancer origin and application of molecular biological in ovarian cancer research” in Journal of Molecular Diagnosis and Therapy, 2015, Vol.7, No.2
  • Liu Y, Yan Tang, Xinying Chang, et al. “Immunohistochemical location of CD20 positive cells in early human embryo” in Acta Anatomica Sinica, 2007, Vol.38, No.2
  • Yen HY, Gabet Y, Liu Y, et al “Alterations in Brca1 expression in mouse ovarian granulosa cells have short-term and long-term consequences on estrogen-responsive organs” in Laboratory Investigation, 2012, 92(6), 802-811
  • Hong H, Yen HY, Brockmeyer A, Liu Y, Chodankar R, et al “Changes in the mouse estrus cycle in response to BRCA1 inactivation suggest a potential link between risk factors for familial and sporadic ovarian cancer” in Cancer Research, 2010, 70(1), 221-227
  • Xu H, Yang L, Wang W, Shi SR, Liu C, Liu Y, Fang X et al “Antigen retrieval for proteomic characterization of formalin-fixed and paraffin-embedded tissues” in Journal of Proteome Research, 2008, 7, 1098-1108
  • Tang Y, Tang J, Zhan J, Liu Y, Chang X, Liu Y, Fang X et al “The influential factors and optimum conditions of electric transfection on dendritic cells” in Acta Anatomica Sinica, 2007, Vol.38, No.2
  • AACR 103rd Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL, US. March 31-April 4, 2012. Title: “Potential beneficial effects of the BRCA1 mutation carrier state on bone strength”
  • 2nd Hereditary Breast and Ovarian Cancer (HBOC) meeting, New York, US. September 14-17, 2011. Title: “Potential beneficial effects of the Brca1 mutation carrier state on bone strength”
  • AACR 102nd Annual Meeting, Orlando, FL, US. April 2-6, 2011. Title: “Effect of Brca1 knockout on gene expression in mouse ovarian granulosa cells”
  • AACR 101st Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, US. April 17-21, 2010. Title: “Role of the Mullerian ducts in the development of genito-urinary organs and coelomic epithelial tissues in female mice”
  • AACR 100th Annual Meeting. Denver, CO, US. April 18-22, 2009. Title: “Role of the renal collecting system in Mullerian duct development”
  • 61st Annual Meeting of the Society for Gynecologic Investigation, Florence, Italy. March 26-29, 2014. Title: “Olfactory receptor expression in human granulosa cells”
  • American Society for Reproductive Medicine  (ASRM) 2013 Annual Meeting, Boston, MA, US. October 12-17, 2013. Title: “Presence of olfactory receptors in normal and neoplastic (HEY) cells in the female reproductive tract”
  • The 2012 Annual Meeting of US and Canadian Academy of Pathology (USCAP), Vancouver, BC, Canada. March 17-23, 2012. Title: “Differential regulation of expression of ER stress proteins by BRCA1 during ovarian follicular development”