Huanyu Qiao

Associate Professor, Comparative Biosciences

Huanyu (Joe) Qiao is an associate professor of comparative biosciences. His laboratory explores how post-translational modifications, such as SUMOylation (Small Ubiquitin-like Modifier) and ubiquitination, regulate various checkpoint pathways in mammalian cells. This approach takes advantage of skills in mouse genetics, proteomics, electron microscopy, super-resolution microscopy, and spermatocyte/oocyte culture. This work has the potential to provide insights for developing treatments for infertility, miscarriage, congenital disabilities, cancer, immune dysregulation, neural degeneration, and aging-related diseases. You can find more details on his lab website here.

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