Chen Li is currently a research scientist, under the Systems Biology Research Group. She obtained her PhD from the department of chemical & biomolecular engineering in the National University of Singapore. Her PhD project was the chemometric studies of chemical processes. She is familiar with computational analysis in analytical chemistry and different kinds of applied spectroscopy i.e HPLC, FTIR, UV-CD, Raman and MS etc.
After her PhD, Chen Li joined the Bioinformatics Institute and worked there for seven years. Her research focused on data analysis in genomics, proteomics and metabolomics. She did a lot of methodology development for these three areas. Her projects included gene expression analysis, biomarker discovery, protein identification and peptide sequencing using mass spectrometry, metabolic fingerprinting and metabolite pathway study.
Her research interests at SICS are clinical data analysis, gene expression analysis, DNA methylation analysis, metabolomics, SNP and copy number variation analysis, and NGS data analysis.
SICS offers a great opportunity for me to work closely with biologists and clinicians, and I would like to make my contribution for formulating biological hypotheses from complex datasets.
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