I received my BS in Biological Sciences in Zhejiang University in China, where I conducted research in polyphasic taxonomy in anaerobic bacteria. I received my PhD in Yale University, where I studied the early events of retrovirus infection in animal models. Now in the Blish lab, I am investigating NK cell responses during HIV-1 infection and trying to manipulate the NK cells to target latently infected cells.
Honors & Awards
Best Poster Prize Annual Microbiology Retreat, Department of Microbial Pathogenesis, Yale University (September, 2017)
CSC-Yale World Scholars Programs Fellowship, CSC (2013-2015)
Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University (2019)
Bachelor of Science, Zhejiang University (2013)