Horticultural plant genomics
Water lily studies
With the rapid development of genome sequencing technology, more and more flowering plant genomes have been decoded. However, to store and visualize so many genomic data and other related information remain a big challenge. I have set up the eplant database (www.eplant.org) in 2017, hoping to be a one-stop platform for plant biologists.
Visiting scholar, major in plant science
Ph.D in Horticulture
B. sc in Biotechnology
1. Genome biology
2. Database and Data visualization
3. Molecular horticulture
2019-2021, National Natural Science Foundation China, Youth Grant, 260K CNY | 国家自然科学基金青年基金项目,
2018-2020, a grant from Fujian Provincial Natural Science Foundation | 福建省自然科学基金, 面上项目, 100K CNY
2017-2018，open fund of the State Key Laboratory of Fujian-Taiwan crops | 省部共建闽台作物有害生物生态防控国家重点实验室，开放基金，50K, CNY
Associate editor of Hortic. Res.
Guest editor of the special issue of "Horticultual Plant Genome" by Hortic. Res., see here
Reviewer of the NSFC grants | 入选国家自然科学基金评议专家。
Reviewer of Peer J., Plant Cell Environ., Sci. Rep., Hortic. Res., Hort. Plant. J., Plant Cell Rep., etc.
Second level award for breeding novel cultivars of lotus and water lilies and for their landscape applications | 荣获：浙江省林业局林学会第十九届科技兴林奖，二等，荷花和睡莲新品种选育及园林应用技术，证书编号：2019（II）08-R06
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