Jisheng Li, first author of Hydrogen sulfide disturbs actin polymerization via S-sulfhydration resulting in stunted root hair growth
Current Position: Associate professor, College of Life Sciences, Northwest A&F University, China
Education: Ph.D in Lanzhou University, China
Non-scientific Interests: Playing with my son, science fiction and history of the world.
Brief bio: During my doctoral studies at Lanzhou University, China, my research was focused on the effects of cGMP and H2O2 signal under salt stress in in Arabidopsis thaliana and Carex moorcroftii. After my Ph.D, I joined Northwest A&F University, and then engaged in plant physiology research and teaching. My main research direction is hydrogen sulfide (H2S) regulated plant root development and plant stress response.