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How do proteins translocate and insert into correct subcellular organelles and membranes? How do translocation machineries and interacting components mediate these processes? These are the questions our group pursues to answer.
As of August 2017, the core member includes seven graduate students, one part-time administrative personnel and PI. For each semester, one or two senior undergraduate students participate on research internship.
If you have visited our homepage to know more about our research, please go to Research where our current research interests are described, and under Publications our works through the years are found. Also, each student’s current research project can be found in People.
Research in basic sciences is to find out how the nature works. Although it requires much reading, thinking, sharing ideas, dedicated work, most importantly it offers unparalleled joy in finding things out whether it is a small or big discovery. We are here to find that Joy.