Ying was born in Zhucheng, Shandong, China. She received her B.S. degree in Biotechnology from Shandong University in 2010. After that, she moved to Tsinghua University and received her Ph. D. degree in Biology in 2015. Since then, Ying worked as a postdoc in Beijing Institute of Technology. In 2016, she joined the Metabolic Engineering Laboratory at MIT as a postdoc fellow.
YIng’s research interests focus on the biosynthesis of natural products, especially isoprenoids production. Microorganisms such as E. coli and yeast have been engineered to produce various isoprenoids. She wants to take the advantages of microbial production and the co-culture strategy for efficient isoprenoids biosynthesis.
Email: wangybio (at) mit (dot) edu
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