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Hui Sun

Hui Sun
Hui Sun
Faculty and Research Associate
Department of Medicine
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
USA

Biography

 Hui Sun completed her MD degree at Sun Yat-Sen University of Medical Science in China, followed by Internal Medicine residency training in Hubei medical University, clinical fellowship in Cardiovascular Disease at Guangdong Cardiovascular Institute in China, and clinical fellowship in Cardiac Electrophysiology at Louis Pradel Cardiovascular Hospital in Lyon, France. She subsequently completed my PhD degree in Biomedical Engineering at Claude Bernard University Lyon-I in France, and post-doctoral training in Cardiac Ion Channel Electrophysiology and Excitation-Contraction Coupling at Montreal Heart Institute in Canada. She worked as Research Scientist in Heart & Stroke Richard Lewar Center of Excellence at University of Toronto, Canada, and as Principal Scientist at Excigen Inc., Baltimore before joining Johns Hopkins University in 2009. She is currently a Research Faculty in the Department of Medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. My current research interests are (1) Ion Channels in vascular physiology and in pulmonary hypertension; and (2) Vagal afferent excitability in health and in disease.

Research Interest

Ion Channels in vascular physiology and in pulmonary hypertension; and Vagal afferent excitability in health and in disease.

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