Postdoctoral fellow @ Functional Phosphoproteomics
She accomplished her master study in 2017, which is followed by the PhD study with the CSC scholarship in the Functional Phosphoproteomics group at VIB in October 2017. She is working on the high temperature-mediated signaling events in Arabidopsis and crops (wheat, soybean). In Arabidopsis, She is mainly exploring how warm temperature prioritizes growth over jasmonate-mediated responses. Additionally, She is also interested in warm temperature-regulated early signaling events and the correlated networks using phosphoproteomics. In wheat, she applies phosphoproteomics to explore how high temperature affects the reproductive growth and development, followed by functional validation under high temperature.