I grew up in Taichung, Taiwan and graduated from National Taiwan University with a double degree of MD in Medicine and BS in Physics. Driven by my passion for biological research, I continued to pursue my PhD studies at Harvard after my medical education.
I am now working in the lab of Benjamin Ebert to investigate the molecular mechanism of small-molecule degraders using functional genomics and proteomics. Specifically, I want to study how the chemical and structural properties of these small molecules contribute to their degrader functions. I hope the efforts of my research can be beneficial to clinical drug development in the future.
Outside of science, I enjoy playing basketball, listening to pop music, and reading comics. I am now trying to learn cooking and sailing in my free time.