Ying Liu is a post-doc at Wilmer Eye Institute of Johns Hopkins University, where he has been performing ophthalmic researches for 4 years. His major research interest lies in the eye related proteomics in the past 3 years, and currently he focuses on the investigation of the mechanisms and treatment of dry eye disease. Ying Liu earned his M.D. and completed an internship at Peking University Health Science Center, and completed his ophthalmology residency at Sun Yat-sen university’s Zhongshan Ophthalmic Center. He obtained a Ph. degree in clinical medicine from Sun Yat-sen University in China in 2011. During his pursue of Ph.D degree, he was sponsored by China Scholarship Council to study and perform researches on the ocular development and ocular surface at Doheny Eye Institute, Keck School of Medicine affiliated to University of South California for 3 years from 2007 to 2010. After graduation, he joined Aier Eye Hospital of Changsha, China, and spent 2 years as an attending Ophthalmologist for clinical work and research mainly in the subspecialties of glaucoma and uveitis before he started his post-doc in Wilmer. Throughout his career in clinical ophthalmology and basic science, Ying Liu has established a broad and firm background in ophthalmology, with specific training and expertise in both experimental and clinical eye research as well as secondary data analysis on biological big data. He has got around 30 publications both in peer reviewed English and Chinese academic journals, including more than 10 high quality SCI papers.
Dr. Ying Liu research interest is glaucoma, uveitis and ocular surface.