B.S., Material Chemistry, Zhejiang University, 2003
M.S., Material Processing Engineering, Zhejiang University, 2006
Ph.D, Physical Chemistry, Clemson University, 2015
My PhD research was focused on the single molecule spectroscopy of conjugated polymer nanoparticles. After graduation, I joined Drs. Ward’s & Ober’s lab at TAMU in 2016 as a post-doctoral research associate, investigating antibody trafficking in cancer.
My current research focuses on the study of plasma membrane protein interactions (such as nanoclustering process) using advanced fluorescence microscopy techniques (such as STORM, FLIM). The goal is to facilitate the development of membrane-targeted therapies for colorectal cancer (CRC) and chronic inflammatory diseases.