Home: Suzhou, Jiangsu Province, China
Yi is working on droplet-based microfluidics to automate epigenomic processing and obtain a better understanding on how epigenetics affect gene expression and play a crucial role in multiple significant biological processes including carcinogenesis.
While not in lab, Yi enjoys cooking, travelling, watching movies, taking pictures of His Majesty, Loki, and learning different languages. After a struggling time with Korean, she’s now better in Japanese.
2013 B.S. Applied Chemistry, Peking University
Awards and Recognition
NIH Midwest Cancer Nanotechnology Training Center Trainee, 2014-2016