I received my Ph.D. training with Dr. Daniel T. Chiu at University of Washington focusing on single-cell analysis using laser microscopy and various nano-bio-techniques. Immediately after, I joined the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle, WA and worked with Dr. Leroy Hood on proteomics method development and application.
My current research interests focus on developing novel techniques that integrate bio-nano-techniques together with HPLC and mass spectrometry (LC-MS/MS) to achieve sensitive and quantitative proteomics analysis of cell surface molecular topology. The outcomes should help research and applications in both medical and biological fields.
Highly motivated students with chemistry, biology, engineering, statistics or bioinformatics backgrounds and having the desire to expose to multidisciplinary research are welcomed to apply my graduate program.