User:Wenjun Shao

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'''2008.04 Paris/Beijing Course-workshop Creating Interdisciplinary Research Projects'''
'''2008.04 Paris/Beijing Course-workshop Creating Interdisciplinary Research Projects'''
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* Discussed membrane reconstruction and potential medical applications of engineered E.coli
 
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* Co-presentation for 'powerful E.coli' project
 
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* Discussed modern techniques for the handicap and participated
 
'''2008.09-2009.06 Centre of Bioinformatics Peking University, China (Advisor: Prof. Louis Tao)'''
'''2008.09-2009.06 Centre of Bioinformatics Peking University, China (Advisor: Prof. Louis Tao)'''
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* Senior Thesis Project: network modeling and analysis
 
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* Reviewing the neural circuit model for decision making
 
'''2009.09-present Graduate student in Molecular and Cell Biology program in UC.Berkeley | Adam Arkin Lab'''
'''2009.09-present Graduate student in Molecular and Cell Biology program in UC.Berkeley | Adam Arkin Lab'''

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Contact Info

Wenjun Shao: 09'Biology&Statistics
Wenjun Shao: 09'Biology&Statistics
  • Wenjun Shao
  • Peking University -> UC.Berkeley
  • Room2043 Dorm47 Peking University Beijing 100871 P.R.China (expired)
  • Email me through OpenWetWare

I worked in the CBI at Peking University. I learned about OpenWetWare from From others, and I've joined because I was a member of the iGEM 2008 Peking University Team.

Education

  • 2009, BSc, Biological Science, School of Life Sciences, Peking University
  • 2009, BSc, Statistics (Second Major), School of Mathematics, Peking Univeristy
  • 2009-present, PhD candidate in UC. Berkeley MCB program

Academic Research

2006.04-2009.06 Centre of Bioinformatics, Peking University, China (Advisor: Prof. Liping Wei) Project: The origin and evolution of significant viral protein family

2007.11-2008.11 Peking University iGEM Team, Peking University China-MIT U.S. Project: A genetic circuit to direct evolution of proteins in vivo

2008.04 Paris/Beijing Course-workshop Creating Interdisciplinary Research Projects

2008.09-2009.06 Centre of Bioinformatics Peking University, China (Advisor: Prof. Louis Tao)

2009.09-present Graduate student in Molecular and Cell Biology program in UC.Berkeley | Adam Arkin Lab

Awards and Scholarships

2009.08 Reshetko Family Scholarship
2007.02 Peking University Undergraduate Research Endowment from SINO CAPITAL EDUCATION FOUNDATION (SCEF)
2007.09 Peking University May-fourth Scholarship
2006.09 Peking University Kwang-Hua Scholarship
2004.10 1st prizes in China National Mathematics Olympiad in Senior (CNMO)
2004.08 1st prizes in Chinese Girls' Mathematics Olympiad (CGMO)

Extracurricular activities

2008.10.19 Beijing International Marathon-Half Marathon
Successfully finished, achieving a time of 2 hours 4 minutes 15 seconds
2008.08 Volunteer of Beijing 2008 Paralympic Games
2008.05 Selected to EFPL-Summer Research program 30/200 worldwide
2005.10- 2006.07 Students’ Union in School of Life Sciences , Peking University

Research interests

  1. Genome Research
  2. Systems Biology

My interest: Applying bioinformatics, statistical, and other mathematical methods to quantify and establish simple but effective models to understand complex biological system and to provide predictions for hypothesis-driven biological science; marrying bench work to address fundamental medical problems, such as cancer and mental disorder.

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