Alexandra Shin, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Biology
Office Phone: (951) 552 - 8453 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Office Location: James 481 Office Hours:
|Ph.D.||Pharmacology||Loma Linda University||2015|
|B.S.||Biology||George Fox University|
Pharmacology with Discussion (BIO440)
General Biology II with Lab (BIO148, BIO148L)
Topics in Health Coaching (BIO412B)
Principles of Biology and Lab (BIO143, BIO143L)
Anatomy and Physiology I and II for Physician Assistants (PAS501, PAS502)
Advanced Pharmacology for Master's in Nursing (NUR558)
Academic Areas & Scholarly Interests
Developmental Origins of Health and Disease
Research, Presentations, & Publications
Shin AN, Dasgupta C, Zhang G, Seal K, Zhang L. (2016) Proteomic analysis of endothelin-1 targets in the regulation of cardiomyocyte proliferation. Current Topics in Medicinal Chemistry.
Paradis AN, Gay M, Wilson C, Zhang L. (2015) Newborn hypoxia/anoxia inhibits cardiomyocyte proliferation and decreases cardiomyocyte endowment in the developing heart: role of endothelin-1. PLoS One.
Song M, Paradis A, Gay M, Shin J, Zhang L. (2014) Differential expression of microRNAs in ischemic heart disease. Drug Discovery Today.
Paradis A, Xiao D, Zhou J, Zhang L. (2014) Endothelin-1 promotes cardiomyocyte terminal differentiation in the developing heart via heightened DNA methylation. International Journal of Medical Sciences.
Paradis AN, Gay MS, Zhang L. (2013) Binucleation of cardiomyocytes: the transition from a proliferative to a terminally differentiated state. Drug Discovery Today.
Paradis A, Zhang L. (2013) Role of endothelin in uteroplacental circulation and fetal vascular function. Current Vascular Pharmacology.
Zhou J, Xiao D, Hu Y, Wang Z, Paradis A, Mata-Greenwood E, Zhang L. (2013) Gestational hypoxia induces preeclampsia-like symptoms via heightened endothelin-1 signaling in pregnant rats. Hypertension.
Church Membership & Activities
Interests & Hobbies
I am very invested in personal and community health, especially in preventing chronic diseases related to lifestyle choices. I am also passionate about my research that looks at long-term health related to in utero stresses (smoking, alcohol, hypoxia, diet, etc.). Recently, I have also found a new interest in pediatric neurological diseases. In my spare time, I enjoy hiking and backpacking with my husband.