See-Yeun received his B.S. in Life Sciences from the National Yang-Ming University in Taiwan, in 2009. He was a research technician at the Academia Sinica in Dr. Soo-Chen Cheng's lab before completing his Ph.D. in Biochemistry in the lab of Dr. Elizabeth Craig at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in the U.S.
From 2017 to 2021, See-Yeun was a postdoctoral fellow with Dr. Joseph Mougous in the Department of Microbiology at the University of Washington before moving back to Taiwan and establishing his lab in the Institute of Molecular Biology at Academia Sinica in 2021.
Chia-En Tsai, M.S. (蔡佳恩)
Chia-En received her B.S. degree in Plant Pathology from National
Chung-Hsing University and pursued her M.S. in Biochemistry and
Molecular Biology from National Cheng-Kung University afterward. After
graduation, she kept working on her project as a research assistant for a
year to identify a novel host factor involved in the colonization and
tolerance of enterohemorrhagic E. coli in C. elegans. In 2021, she became the Ph.D. student in TIGP-MCB in Academia Sinica and joined in the Ting lab. Chia-En's research goal is to identify and characterize novel pathways by which bacteria defend against interbacterial
Pin-Yi Song, M.S. (宋品儀 Jasmine)
Jasmine received her B.S. and M.S. in Medical Laboratory Science from the
National Cheng-Kung University in Taiwan, in 2014 and 2017. She studied the functions of 5 unknown genes of the human pathogen Helicobacter pylori J99 regulated by the global post-transcription regulator, CsrA, and the roles they played in motility. She
worked as a research assistant at the Academia Sinica in Dr. Yu-ling
Shih's lab from 2020-2021. Now she joined the Ting lab as a Ph.D. student
of the TIGP-MCB program held by Academia Sinica, where she aims to develop novel techniques for microbiome manipulation.
Yung-Chih Chen (陳永智)
Yung-Chih graduated from the National University of Kaohsiung in 2021 with a B.S. in Life Sciences. While at NUK, he worked as an undergraduate researcher in the laboratory of Dr. Chia-Ning Yang. He studied how the mutations on Nucleotide Leucine rich-repeat Receptors, Pikp-1, affects the oligomization, and the interaction with an Avirulence protein effector, AVR-Pia, through structural and biomolecular modeling approaches. After graduation, he joins the Ting lab as a research assistant at the Institute of Molecular Biology in Academia Sinica, where he focuses on the fundamental mechanisms of interbacterial antagonism.
are always interested in recruiting motivated, collaborative,
and curious individuals from diverse backgrounds. Please inquire about training and job opportunities by sending an e-mail to Dr. Ting. (email@example.com)
We recruit research assistants with bachelor or master degree. Successful candidates will support ongoing projects with the goal of understanding the defense and offense mechanisms between bacteria. Preference will be given to individuals who have a long-term interest in research and lab experience. Please send your CV and statement of interest to Dr. Ting.
We are interested in motivated undergraduate students in any stage of your degree. Prospective undergraduates can apply through the IMB summer undergraduate internship program (https://www.imb.sinica.edu.tw/imbsip/) or contact Dr. Ting directly by emailing your research interests, future professional plans, and most recent unofficial transcript.
We are currently looking for postdoctoral candidates! If you are excited by our research, please send your CV, research interests, and contact info for three references directly to Dr. Ting.