Lab welcomes new rotation student Xinlin Zeng.

Xinlin is a first-year PhD student in the MCGD track of Yale BBS program. She was born in Sichuan, China and earned her bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences at Nankai University in China. During her undergraduate study, she worked as a student intern in Columbia University and University of California, San Diego for one year, where she focused on developing high-throughput in vivo CRISPR screen platform to identify key regulators of spinocerebellar ataxia diseases. By doing rotation in Wang lab, she hopes to combine cutting-edge chromatin tracing and spatial transcriptomic technologies with CRISPR screen to gain more insights of 3D genome architecture and transcription regulation in cancer. In her spare time, she likes to read books, sing, dance and eating spicy food. Welcome, Xinlin!