Born and raised in Mainland China, I studied human medicine and got my medical degree from Chongqing medical university. During my studies, I found I was very interested in cancer research, so I pursued my M.Sc. in oncology in the lab of Prof. You Lu at Sichuan university and focused my research on tumor angiogenesis. After completing my master studies, I spent 3 years finishing my residency training and got my oncology specialist license. I hope to be a translational cancer researcher in the future who can connect cancer clinical study and lab research, so I decided to pursue my PhD degree to get more knowledge about cancer biology after my residency training. I joined Anne Müller’s lab at the end of 2019 and now work on the role of Helicobacter pylori in gastric carcinogenesis. In my free time, I enjoy photography, cooking, and music.