Bachelor of Science in Applied Chemistry and Applied Biology, City University of Hong Kong
Along with the rapid emergence of new research topics, I am always impressed by the fascinating strategies other researchers come up with and would like to also apply my knowledge and skill to develop powerful tools for the research community or even bring them into real-life application. Cell2Cell ITN offers a very good platform to bring different fields of research together which leads to my interest to start my PhD with these great people and resources.
My research aims to reveal the 3D genome architecture and explore the complex interactions amongst DNA, RNA and protein in the nucleus. With the strong experience in next-generation sequencing and FISH from my group, I am excited to learn new techniques and use them to illuminate the genome biology of diseases and pathogens.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under the Marie Skłodowska-Curie grant number 860675.