Research & Publications
Yichen Li is interested in interrogating the epigenetic regulation in cancer progression. He study structure and functions of nuclear pore complex with single-molecule and super-resolution imaging technique during his Ph.D. work in the lab of Weidong Yang at Temple University. During his Ph.D. program, he studied the spartial organization of phenylalanine-glycine (FG) motif containing nucleoporins and nucleocytoplasmic transport of biomolecules such as transcription factors and mRNA. In Andrew Xiao's lab, he works on study N6-methyladenine based epigenetic regulation of genome adapation in cancer with multiple fluorescence imaging techniques.
Education & Training
- PhDTemple University, Biology (2020)
- BSNorthwest A&F University, Biotechnology (2014)
Honors & Recognition
|Outstanding Research Assistant Awards||Temple University||2020|