Zhen W.

Zhen W.

Molecular Biologist, Depixus (previously Picoseq)

Paris, France

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Her background

  • Today
    2017
    January 2016

    Molecular Biologist

    Depixus (previously Picoseq)

  • Today
    December 2015
    September 2011

    Post-doc

    Institut de Biologie de l'Ecole Normale Supérieure

    EMBO long-term fellowship (2011-2013), ENS postdoc fellowship (2013-2014) and Labex Memolife
    with Dr. Hervé Le Hir at Institut de Biologie de l'Ecole Normale Supérieure
    (IBENS), Paris, France.
    Study the role of exon junction complex (EJC) in regulating splicing and snoRNA biogenesis.
    Study the role of exon junction complex (EJC) in regulating global translation with ribosome profiling.
  • Today
    September 2011
    October 2010

    Post-doc

    MRC-LMB

    Post-doc in Prof. Jernej Ule's laboratory at MRC-Laboratory of Molecular Biology, University of Cambridge, UK.

    Study the role of TIA1/TIAL1 protein in regulating 3’ alternative polyadenylation and translation.
  • Today
    October 2010
    September 2007

    PhD student

    MRC-LMB

    PhD student with Jernej Ule at Medical Research Council - Laboratory of Molecular Biology (LMB),
    Cambridge, UK.
    Study RNA-protein interaction in vivo using UV-crosslinking and immunoprecipitation method (CLIP).
  • MRC-LMB and University of Cambridge

    PhD
    Thesis: CLIP predicts the dual role of TIA proteins in regulating alternative splicing and 3' end pre-mRNA processing.
  • Today
    September 2007
    August 2004

    Research Assistant

    Univeristy of Cambridge, UK

    Research Assistant with Prof. Charles ffrench-Constant at University of Cambridge, Department of Pathology, UK.
    Study of myelination using an in vitro system of DRG/Oligodendrocyte coculture.
  • Today
    August 2004
    April 2004

    Research Assistant

    University of Cambridge

    Research assistant with Richard Milner at University of Cambridge, Department of Pathology, UK.
    Study the effects of integrins on brain endothelial cells.
  • Today
    September 2003
    July 2003

    Summer work

    University of Cambridge

    With Prof. David Lomas at Cambridge Institute for Medical Research (CIMR), UK.
    Cell model of neuroserpin polymerisation.
  • University of Cambridge

    BA
    Natural Sciences, Part II Genetics.

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Her skills

  • Cell Culture
  • HPLC
  • Microscopy
  • Microsoft Word
  • Molecular Biology
  • MRNA processing
  • Neurodegeneration
  • SDS-PAGE

Her languages

  • Chinese
    ****Mother tongue
  • English
    ****Bilingual
  • French
    **Intermediate**