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Advisers

Jiankui He

Dr. Jiankui He is an associate professor at SUSTC. Dr. He got his PhD degree in Physics at Rice University in Houston Texas in 2010 and did his postdoc at Stanford University.

Dr. He's lab employs interdisciplinary methods in physics, chemistry, and statistics to study biological systems at both cellular and genetic level. Current research focuses on genomic, human genetic diseases, immunology, system biology and synthetic biology.


Yi Deng

Dr. Deng Yi was graduated from Department of Biology at Shandong University with a bachelar’s s degree in 1996 and a master’s degree in 1999. In 2002, she graduated magna cum laude with a Ph. D. degree from Ruhr-University Bochum, Germany. From 2003 to 2008, she did the postdoctoral training at Naitonal Institutes of Health (USA). After moving to Hong kong with her family she worked in the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and in 2012 she joined South University of Science and Technology of China as an Associate Professor. Dr. Deng has a broad interest in the field of cell biology and her work has addressed fundamental questions about membrane trafficking and intracelluar proterin transport as well as cell cycle regulation and ageing. Currently her research interestes are mainly focused on two aspects: 1. the regualtion of proterin machinaries that control cell adhesion and mirgation; 2. the molecular mechanisms of human islet amyloid polypeptide-induced pancreatic beta cell damage.


Rui Zhao

Mr. Rui Zhao got his bachelor degree and master degree in Tsinghua University, majored in applied mathematics. His research interests mainly focus on computational and bioinformatics. He joined in the South University of Science and Technology of China last year then participated this IGEM program.

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