- Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
- Quantitative and Computational Biology
Advisors: Bonnie Bassler and Ned Wingreen
Bassler and Wingreen Labs
I received my undergraduate degree in physics at Peking University, where I became seriously interested in the ideas to understand life from its physical limits and design principles. In my undergraduate research, I worked on different theoretical aspects of biological clocks. At Princeton I hope to develop theoretical and experimental methods to uncover nonequilibirum principles of information exchanging and processing in living systems. Outside of work, I enjoy drawing, writing, cooking and all creative things!