Laboratory of Computational Molecular Biology

College of Life Sciences, Beijing Normal University
 
 
 
 

 

Wu, Yang ()

M.S. candidate

Expect to graduate in Jun. 2010

Email: wuyang.bnu@gmail.com
Tel: +86-10-5880 5045
Fax: +86-10-5880 7721
Address: College of Life Sciences, Beijing Normal University, No.19, Xinjiekouwai Street, Beijing 100875, China.

 

EDUCATION

    Sep. 2007 - present: M.S. in progress in Bioinformatics, Laboratory of Computational Molecular Biology, College of Life Sciences, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China.

    Sep. 2003 - Jul. 2007: B.S. in Biotechnology, College of Life Sciences, Beijing Normal University, Beijing, China.

AWARDS & SCHOLARSHIPS

    Academic Scholarship for excellent graduate students, Beijing Normal University, 2009

    Outstanding graduates, Beijing Normal University, 2007

RESEARCH EXPERIENCES

  • Responsible for the project 'comparative analysis of transposable elements in sequenced plant genomes' (Mar. 2009-present)

  • Based on the genome-wide identification and classification of transposable elements in sequenced angiosperm genomes, we applied comparative techniques on these datasets to infer the evolutionary relationship and dynamics of the so-called 'junk DNA' among these species.

  • Responsible for the project 'ecological analysis of transposable elements in sequenced plant genomes' (Oct. 2009-present)

  • Using the transposable element data identified in sequenced plant genomes, we tested the neutral model in community ecology and estimated the neutral parameters of the transposable element community in the genome ecosystems.

  • Participated in the project of 'genome annotation of the cucumber, Cucumis sativus L.' (Dec. 2007-Dec. 2008)

  • I focused on the prediction of RNA genes and the identification and classification of various kinds of repeats in the newly sequenced cucumber genome. Finally we developed a combined pipeline for eukaryote genome annotation, and also applied it in the new cabbage and watermelon draft genome.

  • 'Comparative analysis of genetic variation between retropseudogenes and their parental genes in the human genome' (Mar. 2007 - Jun. 2007)

  • My work is mainly on the retrieving and analyzing the SNPs distribution in the matching regions between human retropseudogenes and their parental genes.

PUBLICATION

    Huang, S.W., Li, R.Q., Zhang, Z.H., Li, L., Gu, X.F., Fan, W., Lucas, W.J., Wang, X.W., Xie, B.Y., Ni, P.X., Ren, Y.Y., Zhu, H.M., Li, J., Lin, K., Jin, W.W., Fei, Z.J., Li, G.C., Stabu, J., Kilian, A., Vossen, E.A., Wu, Y. et al. (2009) The genome of the cucumber, Cucumis sativus L. Nature Genetics, 41:1275-1281. [Online PDF]

ATTENDED COURSES & CONFERENCES

  1. Jun. 19-21, 2009: 'The 7th International Bioinformatics Workshop' at Soochow University, in Suzhou, China.
  2. Jan. 9-11, 2009: 'The second ecology forum of four universities' (report) at Xiamen University, in Xiamen, China.
  3. Nov. 5-6, 2008: 'The 2008 Cucurbits Genomics Workshop' at Pattaya Hotel, in Shenzhen, China.
  4. Jun. 2-9, 2008: 'The 2008 Dragon-Star Course on Bioinformatics and the 6th International Bioinformatics Workshop' at Yunnan University, in Kunming, China.
  5. May. 18-20, 2008: 'CAS International Symposium on Developmental Systems Biology' at WoFo Hotel, in Beijing, China.

TECHING ASSISTANT

  1. April. 2009-May. 2009: Bioinformatics for undergraduate and graduate students, College of Life Sciences, Beijing Normal University.
  2. Feb. 2008-Jun. 2008: C programming language for undergraduate students, College of Life Sciences, Beijing Normal University.

TECHNICAL EXPERTISE

  • Operating systems: LINUX, Mac OS, WINDOWS
  • Programming languages: PERL, C, HTML
  • Database system: MySQL
  • Statistical software: R, SPSS
  • Other tools: BLAST, CLUSTALW, RepeatMasker, INFERNAL, BioPerl, OpenPBS, etc
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