Welcome to the Cell Biology Group of High Magnetic Field lab, Chinese Academy of Sciences, HeFei, China. Dr. Xin Zhang, the group leader, graduated in 2001 from Beijing University Health Science Center with a Bachelor of Medicine degree. She obtained her PhD degree in 2007 studying mitosis and its regulation by mitotic kinesins and Aurora kinases at Indiana University, Bloomington, under the direction of Prof. Claire Walczak. In 2008, she started postdoctoral research in Ulrike Eggert’s lab at Harvard Medical School and Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in the area of chemical biology, biochemistry and cell biology. In 2012, she moved back to China as a principal investigator at the Chinese Academy of Sciences, High Magnetic Field Laboratory, Hefei. The lab is mainly interested in Cellular responses and molecular mechanisms of high magnetic field; Small molecular inhibitors of membrane trafficking and/or cell division; Endocytosis, membrane trafficking, autophagy and cell division.