Yueh-Ting Wang

Research Data Analyst II

Tapping on bioinformatics methods that integrate single-cell transcriptomic and genomic data for dissecting cellular landscape of the anemia of kidney disease.

I joined The Jackson Laboratory with a background in pharmacological sciences and bioinformatics. Over the last few years, I developed extensive expertise in working with diverse sequencing technologies and data analysis approaches. In my previous roles, I leveraged microarray, RNA-seq, and single-cell RNA-seq data to identify drug target candidates and pathways associated with aging.

Currently, the focus of my research is centered around integrating and analyzing single-cell RNA-seq and ATAC-seq datasets across various mammalian tissues. The overarching aim of this work is to pinpoint the underlying mechanisms that drive the progression of the anemia of chronic kidney disease and iron deficiency pathologies.