- Accepting Students: Yes
- Research Category: Brain, Behaviour, and Development
Associate Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Medical Genetics, University of Manitoba
Bachelor of Medicine, Shanghai Medical University
Master, Shanghai Medical University
Ph.D, University of Leuven, Belgium
1. Using mouse models to understand gene's function, which led to identify a new regulator of telomere length (RTEL1) (Cell, 2004; Science, 2013) and a new PDGF ligand PDGF-C (Nature Genetics, 2004).
2. Using mouse models to determine several genetic mutations as identified by local investigators, such as Trim32, Emg1, Prune1 and GLRX5.
Applying either CRISPR/Cas9 or ES cell-based genetic approaches to create mouse models for genetic analysis and modelling human diseases.