NIH-CIBM Postdoctoral Fellow (2019-present)
B.S., Physics, East Tennessee State University, 2013
Ph.D., Physics, Arizona State University, 2017
Research Interests – As a physicist who fell in love with biology, I want to use as much data as possible to understand how living systems work. My goal is to develop analytic tools and mathematical frameworks that mechanistically explain biological evolution, beyond machine learning techniques. More specifically, I study protein-protein interactions by assuming each protein is a computer that can re-program other proteins and themselves.
Postdoctoral Scholar (2023-)
B.S., Natural Science, Hubei University, 2012
M.S., Zoology, Central China Normal University, 2015
PhD., Marine Environmental Science, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, 2021