Wang Lab welcomes new rotation student Meg Tian.

Meg is a first-year BBS graduate student of the BQBS track. She earned her bachelor’s degree in biological science from Peking University. She conducted her undergraduate research on role of SNAREs in different patterns of vesicle secretion. Meg also studied biochemical and structural characteristics of PRC2 in complex with substrate nucleosomes at University of California, Berkeley. With a broad research interest in gene regulation, she is excited to investigate the chromatin organization in K-ras-driven cancers, in collaboration with Dr. Mandar Muzumdar’s lab. Outside of the lab, Meg enjoys dancing and music.