I have been working and studying in the field of biology for more than 20 years. I got my Bachelor’s degree in Shandong University in China and majored in Microbiology. I got my Master’s degree in Sichuan University in China and majored in Biochemistry. I became a teacher in the Department of Biology at Xiamen University, China. I taught Biochemistry and Metabolism to senior undergraduate students. After 4 years’ teaching I went to Shanghai and I got my PhD in Shanghai Research Center of Biotechnology, Chinese Academy of Sciences in China and majored in Cellular and Molecular Biology. After I got my PhD degree, I came to the USA and started post doctoral research initially in the field of Cellular and Molecular Biology and then switched to Biophysics and Physiology at University of Miami in Miami, Florida. Years later, I joined Pharmacology Department at Yale University and continued my research in the field of membrane proteins as an associate research scientist. Recently, I became a research fellow in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Maryland. My work in NIH is focus on the function of membrane proteins in our body.
So far, I had established solid background in different area in biological field, including microbiology, biochemistry, cellular and molecular biology and physiology, etc. I had published about 20 papers in peer-reviewed journals.
Based on what I learned, I think life is beautiful, nature is beautiful. I'd like to share my experiences and knowledge with those who are interested in biology and who really want to explore the magic, beautiful biological world.
In addition to biology, I am also interested in teaching of Chinese, sports, such as soccer, badminton.
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