Yinjie Tang, Assistant Professor
Energy, Environmental and Chemical Engineering
Washington University, Campus Box 1180, One Brookings Drive
Office Location: Brauer Hall, Room 1025
St. Louis, MO 63130
Email: yinjie.tang AT seas.wustl.edu; Fax:314-935-4832; Phone: 314-935-3441
The Tang Lab currently focus on understanding cell metabolism under different culture conditions. The scope of our research includes both biological experiments and metabolic modeling.
Project 1: Systems Metabolic Engineering Project 2: Algal Bioprocesses
Project 3: Pathway Analysis
Autobiography: I was born in Shanghai, China. I grew up in a small village in Jiangxi province. I got my BS (1997) and MS (1999) degrees at Tianjin University (advisor: Xue-Ming Zhao). I did my PhD in Chemical Engineering (advisor: Barbara Krieger-Brockett) at the University of Washington in Seattle (1999~2004). My PhD project was on bioremediation of polluted marine sediments in Puget Sound. I did my postdoc research at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Advisor: Jay Keasling). Since 2008, I jointed Washington University in St. Louis.