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Jinying Zhao

Jinying Zhao
Jinying Zhao
Associate Professor
Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology
University of Oklahoma Health Science Center
Tel: 405-271-2229 (ext. 47837)
Fax: 405-271-2068


Dr. Jinying Zhao is an Associate Professor at the University Oklahoma Health Science Center. She holds a MD degree and two PhD degrees one in Molecular Epidemiology from the Chinese Academy of Medicine Science and one in Genetic Epidemiology from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Her current research interests focus in two areas: 1 Cardiovascular genetic epidemiology. Dr. Zhao is the Principal Investigator for several projects funded by NIH and AHA to identify genetic factors that might be involved in cardiovascular disease and its risk factors such as type 2 diabetes and major depression 2 Statistical genetics. Dr. Zhao has developed several novel methodologies for genomewide linkage and association analyses as well as gene x gene and gene x environment analyses. Her work has resulted in several significant publications in peerreviewed journals.

Research Interest

My research interests lie in the following two areas: 1) Genetic epidemiology of cardiovascular disease and cardiovascular risk factors including diabetes, obesity and psychological disorders. 2) Statistical genetics, in particular developing novel statistical methodologies for genome-wide linkage and association studies as well as gene -gene and gene-environment interaction analysis for complex traits.




Cumulative Effect of Common Genetic Variants Predicts Incident Type2 Diabetes: A Study of 21,183 Subjects from Three Large Prospective Cohorts

Jingyun Yang and Jinying Zhao
Research Article: Epidemiol 2011, 1:108
DOI: 10.4172/2161-1165.1000108