Dr. Ting-Yu Wang
STAFF SCIENTIST AT PEL
B.S., National Chiao Tung University, Taiwan; Ph.D., National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
Ting-Yu Wang grew up in Taiwan and obtained his basic training, including bachelor degree (Biological Science and Technology) at National Chiao Tung University and PhD degree (Biotechnology) at National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan. Ting-Yu then did his postdoctoral training with Regius Professor Christopher Secombes at the University of Aberdeen, UK, where he found that lineage/species-specific expansion of the antiviral protein Mx gene family in teleosts. In 2019, he relocated to US as postdoc in the Section of Immunity and Infection at the University of Southern California and worked with Professor Pinghui Feng to study the mechanism of SARS-CoV-2 employs immune response and reprograms cellular metabolic processes by using the QExactive Plus Orbitrap LC-MS/MS System. During the training, he was responsible for the development and application of technologies for qualitative and quantitative UPLC-MS/MS proteomic and metabolic analysis. Currently, he works at the PEL on maintenance and operation of mass spectrometers, protein sample preparation, and data analysis.
Postdoc, University of Aberdeen, UK
Postdoc, Section of Immunity and Infection, University of Southern California