Works in the crossroads of microbiology, immunology, and multi-omics analyses (esp. Metabolomics), focused on the metabolomic tools development and the applications of metabolomics in microbe-host interaction and immunological studies.
I have been working across multiple disciplines including immunology, microbiology, and bioinformatics. My research efforts during my Ph. D has built towards the application of multi-omics approaches to understanding microbe-host interaction. Thrilled by the recent development of metabolomics, I committed my efforts to develop metabolomic tools and analysis pipelines to decipher metabolic phenotypes in immune-related disorders and other diseases.
My current research includes developing metabolomic tools to the reconstruction of biochemical networks. The milestone towards this will be developing tools to upgrade genome scale metabolic models by using mass spectrometry data, via a combination of computational, genetic, cellular and isotope tracing techniques.