About me

I am a Ph.D. student in Maja Jagodic's group of the Neuroimmunology Unit.

Research description

I am committed to the exploration of pathogenesis and treatments of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) which is an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system (CNS) affecting young adults in their most productive age. Both genetic and environmental factors contribute to MS etiology, we therefore primarily focus on epigenetic change and downstream influence in pathogenic immune cells. DNA methylation, small RNA, and gene expression of cerebrospinal fluid cells, memory B cells, and subtypes of T cells were reliably observed to contribute to the MS pathogenesis and effect of treatments.


Master of Natural Science in Bioinformatics

Beijing Institute of Genomics, Chinese Academy of Sciences 09/2015-06/2018

Research Area: Epigenetic characteristics, regulation and function of RNA transcriptional and translational processes


Master of Science in Omics

University of Southern Denmark 09/2015-07/2018

Research Area: Roles of RNA modifications in cancer


Bachelor of Science, Department of Life Science

Sichuan University (China) 09/2011-06/2015

Research Area: Identification of transcriptional regulators in hepatitis patients