Xin-Ying Ren

Tech Transfer Officer
(Group member from 2009 until 2011)


+ 32 (0) 9 33 13 810

VIB / Ghent University
Bioinformatics & Systems Biology
Technologiepark 927
B-9052 Gent
BELGIUM

CV

  • Dec.2009 to now: Technology Transfer on Systems Biology
  • 2007-2009:Science Officer for the Netherlands Office of Science & Technology stationed in the Consulate-General of the Netherlands in Canton, China, promoting Sino-Dutch S&T collaborations
  • 2002-2006: PhD on Bioinformatics & Comparative Genomics at Plant Research International & Wageningen University and Research Center in the Netherlands
  • 2000-2002: Master of Science in Biotechnology/Bioinformatics at Wageningen University, the Netherlands
  • 1995-1999: Bachelor of Science at Nanjing Agriculture University, China

Interests

  • Science communication

Papers

(5) Ren, X.Y., Stiekema, W., Nap, J.P. (2007) Local coexpression domains in the genome of rice show no microsynteny with Arabidopsis domains. Plant Molecular Biology 65(1-2):205-17.

(4) Ren, X.Y., Vorst, O., Fiers, M., Stiekema, W., Nap, J.P. (2006) In plants, highly expressed genes are the least compact. Trends in Genetics 22(10):528-32.

(3) Marks, H., Ren, X.Y., Sandbrink, H., van Hulten, M.C.W., Vlak, J. (2006) In Silico identification of putative promoter motifs of White Spot Syndrome Virus. BMC Bioinformatics 7:309.

(2) Ren, X.Y., Fiers, M., Stiekema, W., Nap, J.P. (2005) Local coexpression domains of two to four genes in the genome of Arabidopsis. Plant Physiol. 138(2):923-34.

(1) Marks, H., Ren, X.Y., Witteveldt, J., Sandbrink, H., van Hulten, M.C.W., Vlak, J. (2002) Molecular genetics of White Spot Syndrome Virus. Proceedings of the 5th Symposium on Diseases in Asian Aquaculture











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