Graduate Research Associate
Eastern Michigan University
The human body's biological mechanism always amazed me, so I decided to pursue my education, learning about the disease's biological mechanism. My passion for being a biomedical researcher, working to save humanity and improve their lives, kept me motivated to graduate with honor from B.S. in Biochemistry. I continued my studies in an M.S. in Chemistry (Biochemistry concentration); provided direct support to the on-going Dr. Evans' NIH-funded research projects, which helped me acquire many laboratory research methodologies and skills.
My graduate program's research findings were published in different high-ranking journals, and I presented them in various research conferences.
I'm delighted to receive the ASBMB graduate student award this year and excited to present my research discoveries as a young graduate researcher in this highly prestigious scientific community.