Yuhao (Edward) Yan was born in Suzhou, China coming to Canada in 2011. He first spent 2 years in Toronto to complete his Ontario High School Diploma before starting his undergraduate studies at McGill in Pharmacology Major program in 2013. Throughout his undergraduate studies, Yuhao developed an extensive interest in neuropharmacology, which inspired him to join the Bowie lab. His project is focused on the permeation properties of AMPAR-auxiliary complexes.
Dawe GB, Kadir MF, Venskutonytė R, Perozzo AM, Yan Y, Alexander RPD, Navarrete C, Santander EA, Arsenault M, Fuentes C, Aurousseau MRP, Frydenvang K, Barrera NP, Kastrup JS, Edwardson JM, Bowie D. Nanoscale Mobility of the Apo State and TARP Stoichiometry Dictate the Gating Behavior of Alternatively Spliced AMPA Receptors. Neuron. 2019 Apr 30.