student

Qing Feng

qingf@uw.edu

Fred Hutch Cancer Research Center, 

Public Health Science and Basic Science divisions

Biophysical and Computational Biology

Gene Expression, Cell Cycle & Chromosome Biology

Genetics, Genomics & Evolution

Entry Quarter: Autumn 2011

Post Graduation Employment

Currently, looking for postdoc positions.

Lab Information

Advisor: Robert Bradley
206-667-3193

Research Summary

My research is focused on studying the functional roles of nonsense-mediated mRNA decay (NMD), a highly conserved RNA decay pathway that degrades aberrant mRNA transcripts and regulates wild-type mRNA stabilities. Specifically, I have been investigating the regulatory roles of nonsense-mediated RNA decay pathway in a myopathy model, and during muscle differentiation.