I graduated from Beijing Normal University with a BS in biology in 2010. After college, I went to University of Nebraska Medical Center (UNMC) for graduate study in pharmacology and experimental neuroscience. I was awarded with a PhD degree in neuroscience in 2015. After that, I worked as a research associate in the Laboratory of Neuroimmunology and Regenerative Therapy, UNMC. At the same time, I studied biostatistics and epidemiology as a part-time student in the College of Public Health, UNMC and was awarded a master of public health degree in biostatistics in 2016. Now I am working as an assistant professor/researcher in Tongji Univeristy School of Medicine. My interests lie in studies on ethical standards of neuroscience projects in China and worldwide, and the neuroscience of ethics under the background of Chinese history.