Lin_PeiHui_460x460382 Biomedical Research Tower
460 W. 12th Ave.
Columbus, OH 43210


Dr. Lin’s research focuses on the pathophysiology of tissue, primarily kidney, injury and repair. Her laboratory investigates the molecular mechanism of muscle-kidney crosstalk through a muscle-enriched myokine, MG53. Dr. Lin also studies the calcium-mediated organelle crosstalk in cardiac injury and fibrotic remodeling.


Postdoctoral Research Associate: Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, Physiology
PhD: The Pennsylvania State University, USA, Molecular and Cell biology

Appointment: 2012

Research Interests

  • Molecular mechanism of MG53 in tissue repair
  • MG53 in membrane repair- the therapeutic effects
  • Molecular mechanism of kidney injury, repair and fibrosis
  • TRIM proteins in immune regulation
  • Ca signaling and organelle crosstalk in cardiovascular physiology and diseases
  • Signal transduction of apoptosis, autophagy and stress response in cancer biology

Current Funding

  • NIH R01s

PubMed articles