Dr. Yina

李漪娜医生简介

D.M.D., PH.D., M.S., DIPLOMATE, AMERICAN BOARD OF ORTHODONTICS

李医生在中国的首都北京出生长大。她是家庭中第一个考上大学的孩子。在中国首屈一指的北京大学攻读完本科学位后,她求知的渴望促使她来到美国范德比尔特大学攻读细胞与发育生物学博士学位。抱着对科学的热忱, 她随后前往哈佛大学从事了前沿的遗传方面的博士后研究。受到前沿科研的启发以致力于牙科临床实践,李医生随后前往康涅狄格大学,以年级第一名的成绩完成了她的牙科医学博士学位(D.M.D.)博士学位,并因其优异的学业成绩和在病人治疗方面的出色表现而入选美国Omicron Kappa Upsilon牙科荣誉学会。此后她继续在全球都享有盛名的北卡罗来纳大学正畸专科深造,完成了3年的正畸专科住院医师的严格训练。李医生对科学,牙科医学和口腔正畸学的热情不仅促使她在Cell,Nature,PNAS和Stem Cell Research等高影响力的学术期刊上发表了很好的科研文章,还为她赢得了众多的奖项。尤其值得一提的是,由于她最近在正畸牙齿移动期间的自噬途径方面的先驱性工作,美国正畸医生协会(AAO)在其近期的年会上授予了李医生 Thomas M.Graber 特别优异奖。

李医生不仅在前沿应用科学上卓有成就,她更是身先士卒致力于正畸个性化临床治疗和整体美观方面的精益求精。她为此参加了严苛的美国正畸董事会考试,成为美国口腔正畸董事会(ABO)认证的牙齿矫正师。据美国口腔正畸董事会统计,在美国所有正畸医生中,目前只有约1/3的人通过了这项严格的认证。李医生喜欢接受工作中的挑战以及通过帮助每位患者得到精神上的满足,并且将每位患者视为自己的家人!李医生在她的诊所里使用最先进有效的技术,而且通过不断的深造学习了解正畸学的前沿进展,以便为患者提供最好的个性化治疗和治疗体验!

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Dr. Yina and her family

除了矫正牙齿之外,李医生喜欢烹饪,旅游,徒步旅行,和与家人朋友共度时光!李医生和她的大学同学伟在大学毕业后不久就组建了自己的小家, 并育有两个男孩,灏威 (Howei) 和灏芃 (Hopen)。李医生及其家人很高兴来到密歇根州安娜堡定居,在服务大家的同时也可以与同住安娜堡的大学好友常聚。她期待着与您见面,给您提供愉快的正畸体验!

荣誉和获奖记录

  • AAO Thomas M. Graber Award of Special Merit
  • AAO Charley Schultz Resident Scholar Award
  • Miriam Easterling Baker Fellowship, Dental Foundation of North Carolina
  • Jack and Renee Dunlevy Fellowship, Dental Foundation of North Carolina
  • UNC Graduate School Merit Scholarship
  • Induction to Omicron Kappa Upsilon Dental Honor Society
  • Excellence in Academic Achievement Award by Alpha Omega International Dental Fraternity (for Attaining the Highest Academic Standing during Dental School)
  • James E. Kennedy Award, School of Dental Medicine, University of Connecticut
  • Dental Student Research Society Award, University of Connecticut
  • AADR Student Research Fellowship
  • Jacob and Ethel Greenberg Award, School of Dental Medicine, University of Connecticut
  • Best Presentation and First Place Graduate Student Oral Presentation for Annual Developmental Biology Southeast Regional Meeting

发表过的学术论文

  • Yina Li, Laura Jacox, Shannon Coats et al. Roles of Autophagy in Orthodontic Tooth Movement. AJODO (accepted, to be published in Mar 2021)
  • Yina Li, Laura Jacox, Shannyn Little et al. Orthodontic Tooth Movement: The Biology and Clinical Implications. Kaohsiung J Med Sci. (2018)
  • Emily J. Poulin, Anne E. Powell, Yang Wang Y, Yina Li et al. Using a new Lrig1 reporter mouse to assess differences between two Lrig1 antibodies in the intestine. Stem Cell Res. (2014)
  • Andrew J. Murphy, Yina Li, Joshua B. Pietsch et al. Mutational analysis of NOG in esophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula patients. Pediatr Surgery Int. (2012)
  • Anne E. Powell, Yang Wang, Yina Li et al. The Pan-ErbB Negative Regulator Lrig1 Is an Intestinal Stem Cell Marker that Functions as a Tumor Suppressor. Cell (2012)
  • Yina Li, Julie Gordon, Nancy R. Manley et al. Bmp4 is required for tracheal formation: a novel mouse model for tracheal agenesis. Dev. Biol. (2008)
  • Yina Li, Ying Litingtung, Peter ten Dijke et al. Aberrant Bmp signaling and notochord delamination in the pathogenesis of esophageal atresia. Dev Dyn. (2007)
  • Yina Li, Huimin Zhang, Ying Litingtung et al. Cholesterol modification restricts the spread of Shh gradient in the limb bud. PNAS (2006)
  • Yina Li, Huimin Zhang, Seung Cheol Choi et al. Sonic hedgehog signaling regulates Gli3 processing, mesenchymal proliferation, and differentiation during mouse lung organogenesis. Dev. Biol. (2004)
  • Ying Litingtung, Randall D. Dahn, Yina Li et al. Shh and Gli3 are dispensable for limb skeleton formation but regulate digit number and identity. Nature (2002)
  • Chin Chiang, Ying Litingtung, Matthew P. Harris, B. Kay Simandl, Yina Li et al. Manifestation of the Limb Prepattern: Limb Development in the Absence of Sonic Hedgehog Function. Dev. Biol. (2001)