Shiu Cheung Lung, first author of “Oxylipin signaling in salt-stressed soybean is modulated by ligand-dependent interaction of Class II acyl-CoA-binding proteins with lipoxygenase”
Current position: Postdoctoral Fellow, School of Biological Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
Education: BSc and MPhil (The University of Hong Kong); PhD (University of Waterloo)
Non-scientific interests: Running, traveling
Brief bio: After receiving my PhD in plant cell biology at the University of Waterloo in Canada, I moved back to my hometown to begin my postdoctoral fellowship with Professor Mee-Len Chye at the University of Hong Kong. During my doctoral and postdoctoral training, I have developed strong interest in a broad spectrum of plant science, particularly in molecular and cell biology and lipid biochemistry. My current research focuses on the developmental and stress responsive roles of acyl-CoA-binding proteins in Arabidopsis and soybean. In the future, I will continue to explore the signaling mechanisms of plants in response to environmental adversity.