Biography: Dr. Xiaoming Song has received his PhD in Nanjing Agricultural University during the period of 2011.09~2015.07. Currently, he is working as associate professorin North China University of Science and Technology. He has authored more than 30 research articles. He research interest contain Comparative genomics, GWAS, Gene family analyses,Biology evolutionary, Plant genetics and genomics, and De novo genome sequencing.
Research Interest: Comparative genomics; GWAS, Gene family analyses; Biology evolutionary; RNA-Seq; Plant genetics and genomics; De novo genome sequencing; Bioinformatics; Collinearity analyses; Gene expression; Abiotic stress
Liang Jiang has received his PhD in Southwest University during the period of 2009-2013. Currently, he is working as Research associate in Southwest University. He has authored 23 research articles.
Research Interest: Interactions of insect, Viruses, Immune, Antivirus and Transgenic
Research Interest: Cervical Cancer, Ovarian Cancer, Breast Cancer, Pharmacology, Toxicology, Genomics, Proteomics, Metabonomics
Associate Prof/Dr. Li XIONG has received her PhD in Institute of Hydrobiology, Chinese Academy Sciences during the period of 1998-2001. Currently, she is working as Associate Prof in Central China Normal University. She has successfully completed her Administrative responsibilities as Assitant for international cooperations in School of Life Sciences. She is serving as an editorial member of several reputed journals like Asian Journal of Ecotoxicology, Journal of Agro-environment Sciences(both in chinese). She has authored more than 50 research articles/books. She is a member of Biological engineering society and Biological chemical society in China. She has honoured as the 3rd Prize for Natural Science in Hubei Province 2011
Research Interest: Ecotoxicological effect of chemicals and risk assessment of toxicants; short-term and long-term effects under low dose exposure of pesticides and microsystins; environmental remediation and pollutant degradation, free radical damage to biological systems and their role in toxicology.