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Dr. Yu-Liang Yang promoted to Associate Research Fellow

Dr. Yu-Liang Yang promoted to Associate Research Fellow

Dr. Yu-Liang Yang was promoted to the position of Associate Research Fellow on February 12, 2020. Dr. Yang joined the Agricultural Biotechnology Research Center in 2011. His research team is dedicated to integrating different omics and natural chemistry technologies into one platform, particularly exploring the interactions of various microorganisms, hoping to further understand the roles of natural compounds in microbial interactions. One important core technology that his research team focuses on is imaging mass spectrometry. His team is one of the few research teams domestically and abroad that specialize in the research of microbial natural substances with image mass spectrometry. Dr. Yang's research achievements in microbial imaging mass spectrometry and natural chemistry have been recognized domestically and internationally. In addition to publishing many papers in top international journals, Dr. Yang was awarded the Li Foundation Heritage Prize for “Excellence in Creativity” in 2012, was selected as a member of the “Top 40 Under 40 Power List” published by the Analytical Scientist in 2014, and won the “Ta-You Wu Memorial Award” from the Ministry of Science and Technology in 2016.


  

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