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Xindi Tang


Undergraduate Researcher


Beijing, China


B.S. Chemistry, University of Wisconsin-Madison

"I am interested in how analytical techniques can be utilized in different types of research and the Li lab provides me the chance to learn and explore my interests."

About Me

I am currently working with Andrew Zhu, studying collision-induced unfolding/dissociation pathways of protein complexes as well as identifying structural isomers of biomolecules with IM-MS.

Dr. Li is very friendly and supportive, giving me helpful advice on learning and conducting research. My mentor Andrew is also very encouraging and patient, teaching me the principles as well as applications of different mass spectrometric techniques. In the Li lab, I have a deeper understanding of mass spectrometry and how it is being used to solve real problems.

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