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Laboratoire d'Océanographie Microbienne
UMR 7621

Ying SUN


 

 

Dr SUN Ying

 

Postdoctorate researcher

 

Laboratoire d'Océanographie Microbienne (LOMIC) - UMR 7621 CNRS-UPMC

 

Avenue Pierre Fabre - 66650 Banyuls sur mer, France

 

Tél: 33 (0) xxxx

 

E-mail: sun @ obs-banyuls.fr

 

 

Ying Sun received her Master degree in Bioinformatics from The University of Georgia in 2013, and her PhD degree in Biology from The Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2018. The title of her PhD thesis was “Evolution of Marine Roseobacters at Different Timescales”. In her PhD research she focused on the evolutionary mechanisms giving rise to the genomic diversity among marine microbial lineages at different timescales, from ancient divergence to homologous recombination process between closely related strains. Broadly, she is interested in understanding how genetic variation in natural populations is shaped by the interplay with the biotic and abiotic environment and the genetics of adaptation.

Ying joined the LOMIC in Feb 2019 as a Post Doc of Ingrid Obernosterer. Ying will participate to the MOBYDICK project (http://www.obs-vlfr.fr/proof/php/mobydick/mobydick.php) through the application of comparative metagenomics, metatranscriptomics and metaproteomics analyses of microbial communities sampled from contrasted ecosystems in the Southern Ocean. She will explore functional profiles (e.g., microbial community dynamics, gene expression variation etc.) along the changing environmental gradients (e.g., iron availability), to identify important routes of carbon fluxes through bacterial communities and especially the molecular mechanisms involved in the short-term acclimation and long-term adaptation for bacteria to survive in iron-limited conditions.

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PUBLICATIONS

Xue, C., Zhang H., Lin H., Sun Y., Luo D., Huang Y., Zhang X, Luo H. W. (2019). Transiently increased mutation rate driving genome reduction of a free-living marine bacterial lineage. (under review at The ISME Journal)

Zhang H., Yoshizawa S., Sun Y., Huang Y., Chu X., Gonzlez J., Pinhassi J., Luo H. W. (2019). Repeated evolutionary transitions of avobacteria from marine to terrestrial habitats. Environmental Microbiology. doi:10.1111/1462-2920.14509

Sun, Y. and Luo H. W. (2018). "Homologous recombination in core genomes facilitates marine bacterial adaptation." Applied and Environmental Microbiology 84(11).

Xie, W., Luo H. W., Murugapiran S. K., Dodsworth J. A., Chen S. Z., Sun Y., Hedlund B. P., Wang P., Fang H. Y., Deng M. H. and Zhang C. L. L. (2018). "Localized high abundance of Marine Group II archaea in the subtropical Pearl River Estuary: implications for their niche adaptation." Environmental Microbiology 20(2): 734-754.

Sun, Y., Zhang Y., Hollibaugh J. T. and Luo H. W. (2017). "Ecotype diversification of an abundant Roseobacter lineage." Environmental Microbiology 19(4): 1625-1638.

Sun, Y., Powell K. E., Sung W., Lynch M., Moran M. A. and Luo H. W. (2017). "Spontaneous mutations of a model heterotrophic marine bacterium." Isme Journal 11(7): 1713-1718.

Zhang, Y., Sun Y., Jiao N. Z., Stepanauskas R. and Luo H. W. (2016). "Ecological genomics of the uncultivated marine Roseobacter lineage CHAB-I-5." Applied and Environmental Microbiology 82(7): 2100-2111.

Luo, H. W., Sun Y., Hollibaugh J. T. and Moran M. A. (2016). "Low genome content diversity of marine planktonic Thaumarchaeota." Environmental Microbiology Reports 8(4): 501-507.

Sun, Y., Wang L., et al. (2010). "Secreted phosphoprotein 1 upstream invasive network construction and analysis of lung adenocarcinoma compared with human normal adjacent tissues by integrative biocomputation." Cell Biochem Biophys 56(2-3): 59-71.

Wang, L., Sun Y., et al. (2009). "FOS proliferating network construction in early colorectal cancer (CRC) based on integrative signicant function cluster and inferring analysis." Cancer Invest 27(8): 816-824.

Wang, L., Sun Y., et al. (2009). "Integrative decomposition procedure and Kappa statistics for the distinguished single molecular network construction and analysis." J Biomed Biotechnol 2009: 726728.

Sun Y., Wang L., et al. (2008). "Integrative decomposition procedure and Kappa statistics set up ATF2 ion binding module in Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma (MPM)." Frontiers of Electrical and Electronic Engineering in China 3(4): 381387.

10/05/19

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