Philosophy of Care
My research is focused on complex arrhythmia mapping and ablation and ion channel diseases. My clinical and translational research focuses on cardiac electrophysiology.
4860 Y St., Suite 0200
Sacramento, CA 95817
Ph.D., Temple University School of Medicine, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1998
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn., 2002-2006
Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn., 2006-2007
American Board of Internal Medicine, Cardiac Electrophysiology, 2007
American Board of Internal Medicine, Cardiology, 2006
Heart Rhythm Society
Select Honors and Awards:
ACCF/Bristol-Myers Squibb Travel Award Winner, 2005
Best Academic Achievement Award, Abington Memorial Hospital, 2001
Intern of the Year, Abington Memorial Hospital, 2000
Select Recent Publications:
Yingbo Yang, Wei-Zhong Zhu, Mei-ling Joiner, Rong Zhang, Carmine V. Oddis, Yue Hou, Jinying Yang, Edward E. Price, Linda Gleaves, Mesut Eren, Gemin Ni, Douglas E. Vaughan, Rui-Ping Xiao, and Mark E. Anderson. Calmodulin Kinase II Inhibition Protects against Myocardial Cell Apoptosis in Vivo. Am J Physiol, Heart Circ Physiol. 2006 Dec; 291(6):H3065-75.
Khoo MS, Li J, Singh MV, Yang Yingbo, Kannankeril P, Wu Y, Grueter CE, Guan X, Oddis CV, Zhang R, Mendes L, Ni G, Madu EC, Yang J, Bass M, Gomez RJ, Wadzinski BE, Olson EN, Colbran RJ, Anderson ME. Death, Cardiac Dysfunction, and Arrhythmias Are Increased by Calmodulin Kinase II in Calcineurin Cardiomyopathy. Circulation. 2006 Sep 26:114 (13):1352-9.
Yingbo Yang, Rong Zhang, Michelle Khoo, Yuejing Wu, Mark E Anderson: Calmodulin kinase II Inhibition Protects against Structural Heart Disease: A Novel Approach for Selectively Targeting Pathological Responses to Beta Adrenergic Receptor Signaling. Nature Medicine. 2005 Apr; 11(4):409-17.
Yingbo Yang, Xiongwen Chen, Kenneth Margulies, Valvulan Jeevanandam, Pia Pollack, Beth A Bailey and Steven R. Houser: L-Type Ca++ Channel a1c Subunit Isoform Switching in Failing Human Ventricular Myocardium. Journal of Molecular and Cellular Cardiology 2000, 32: 973-984.