My research interests include analyzing the next generation sequencing data and developing computational methods to solve biological problems.
During my Ph.D., I developed extensive experience in analyzing the next-generation sequencing data and developing computational methods. My research fields include but are not limited to RNA secondary structure, RNA binding protein regulation, mRNA translation, non-coding RNA, developmental biology, virus infections, and cancer. I have extensive experience in processing and analyzing the next-generation sequencing data which includes iCLIP/eCLIP-seq, RRBS, ic/SHAPE, PARS, ribosome footprinting, RNA-seq, and so on. I developed PRAS for CLIP-seq data to detecting the functional targets of RNA binding proteins.