I joined Imperial College London as a postdoctoral Research Associate after receiving my PhD in Epidemiology at the University of Hong Kong in 2018. My research interest is in applying multi-omics techniques such as epigenomics and metabolomics in epidemiological research to disentangle the mechanisms of complex diseases. I am also interested in applying causal analysis such as Mendelian randomization, to identify causal factors.
My primary focus is understanding the causal relationship of environmental and lifestyle factors with human health, and the molecular mechanisms underlying this relationship. My current research on neurodevelopment, cognitive decline and neurodegenerative diseases, especially Alzheimer’s disease.
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