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Cambridge Reproduction


My postdoctoral research is mitochondrial dynamics during germ line development, particularly focus on oocyte development and embryonic development.

Before joining mitochondrial genomics group, my PhD project was using pig as human model to study primordial germ cell epigenetic and genetic programing during embryonic development. The work was published in Nature. I was member of Society for Reproduction and Fertility (SRF). 

My academic research is using genetic, epigenetics, and genomics method understanding mitochondrial dynamics in the context of developmental biology.  By establishing in vitro, ex utero culture system, the deep understanding of germ line development and mitochondrial dynamics will help improving fertility quality and attenuate mitochondrial dysfunction cased disorders.