Emory University School of Medicine
Yujing LI received his Ph.D from Institute of Genetics Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing China in 1996. Currently he is working as a Senior Scientist at Department of Human Genetics, Emory University. His research interests are molecular genetics in human, mouse and fly; neuroscience particularly in the roles of non-coding RNAs in neural development and neurodegeneration as well as chemical approaches towards dissection of RNAi pathway. He has authored more than 30 research articles and several book chapters. He is the member of American Society of Human Genetics. He has been honored as an honorary Professor at the Key Laboratory of Genetic Engineering and Breeding of Shaanxi Province PR China from 1997-2000.
Yujing LI research includes non-coding RNAs and neurodegeneration, epigenetics, neuron development and chemical biology approach towards the dissection of RNAi pathway.