- Lewis-Sigler Institute for Integrative Genomics
I received my BSc in Biology at Fudan University and my MSc in Computational Biology from Harvard University. After that, I joined the Ben Neale Lab at Broad Institute as an associate computational biologist, focusing on developing novel methods and scalable pipelines for genome-wide association studies. At Princeton, I hope to explore my interest on statistical genetics, especially developing methods for analyzing and integrating sequencing data. I enjoy traveling and Chinese cuisine outside the research.