Northeastern University, US

I received BS from MIT in 2004 and then pursued doctoral research in the Botstein laboratory at Princeton University, aiming to understand how cells coordinate their growth, gene expression, and metabolism. As a postdoc in the van Oudenaarden laboratory at MIT, I characterized trade-offs of aerobic glycolysis (also known as Warburg effect) and obtained direct evidence for differential stoichiometry among core ribosomal proteins, suggesting that specialized ribosomes regulate protein synthesis. My laboratory developed Single Cell ProtEomics by Mass Spectrometry. We validated its ability to quantify thousands of proteins in single cells and classify them based on their proteomes.

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13-14 February 2020, Leuven Belgium