B.S. Northwest A&F University,2018
I started working in the Li Lab at Westlake University as a research assistant in 2018. Before that, I did my undergraduate study in aquaculture at Northwest A&F University from 2014 to 2018. During that time, I learned molecular biology skills from a fish project.
Joining the Li lab is exciting to me because the lab is international and professional and all the lab members are friendly and smart. We work together and endeavor to explore various new areas in the green algal model Chlamydomonas reinhardtii and marine algal species, which are a new world to me. The knowledge that we learn from these small organisms can make contributions to development of sustainable agriculture and biotechnology in the future.
After work, I like reading novels, watching films, and travelling around.