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                12月27日 Chenli Liu:Quantitative Engineering Biology: Build-to-Learn-to-Build 


                报告這里人介绍:

                  Chenli Liu is a Professor in Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology (SIAT), Chinese Academy of Sciences, the Director of CAS Key Laboratory for Quantitative Engineering Biology, the Director of Shenzhen Institute of Synthetic Biology (iSynBio), the Chief Scientist of Shenzhen Synthetic Biology Core Facility, the Deputy Director of Synthetic Biology Specialized Committee in Chinese Society of Bioengineering, and the Chairman of Shenzhen Synthetic Biology Association. He also serves as an Editorial Advisory Board member of journals ACS Synthetic Biology and Quantitative Biology. Liu obtained a Ph.D. in Biochemistry from the University of Hong Kong, and postdoctoral training in MCB, Harvard University. The research interest in his lab currently focuses on bacterial cancer therapy, bacterial cell cycle, and directed evolution.