Shuping ZHANG, Ph.D.


1998         China Agricultural University                              Ph.D.

1998-2002    Tsinghua University, University of Georgia, Yale University    Postdoc /Visiting Scholar

2000-Present  School of Life Sciences, Tsinghua University                Associate Professor, Professor


Research interest

To understand the molecular mechanism of cell signaling using mammalian cells and mouse model.

Selected publications

  1. Yue Liu# , Tianqi Li# , Dan Hu, Zhang SP .NOK/STYK1 promotes the genesis and remodeling of blood and lymphatic vessels during tumor progression. Biochem Biophys Res Commun, 2016,478(1):254-9. (#Equal contribution)

  2. Shuping ZHANG, Peng LI. Essential Experiments for Molecular Biology-A Student‘s Guide (Book). 2015, Higher Education Press.

  3. Jia L#, Liang T#, Yu X, Ma C, Zhang SPMGARP Regulates Mouse Neocortical Development via Mitochondrial Positioning. Mol Neurobiol.(2014) 49(3):1293–1308. (#Equal contribution)

  4. Jin D, Li R, Mao D, Luo N, Wang Y, Chen S, Zhang S(P). Mitochondria-localized glutamic acid-rich protein (MGARP) gene transcription is regulated by Sp1. 2012, PloS ONE. 2012 , 7 ( 11) e50053

  5. Li J, Wu F, Sheng F, Li YJ, Jin D, Ding X, Zhang S(P). NOK/STYK1 interacts with GSK-3β and mediates Ser9 phosphorylation through activated Akt. FEBS letters. 2012( 586) 3787–3792

  6. Ding X, Jiang QB, Li R, Chen S, Zhang S(P). NOK/STYK1 has a strong tendency towards forming aggregates and colocalises with epidermal growth factor receptor in endosomes, Biochem Biophys Res Commun.2012, 421: 468–473.

  7. Zhou M#, Wang Y#, Qi S, Wang J, Zhang S(P). A mitochondria-localized glutamic acid-rich protein is involved in HPG axis. Endocrinology. 2011, 152(6):2311-20. (#Equal contribution)

  8. Zhang S(P). A research-project-based and self-determined teaching system of molecular biology techniques for undergraduates, BMBE, 2008, 36(3):181-8.


Contact information

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