My Curriculum Vitae (Yong Peng's CV)

1. About Me

     Place of Birth: Yibin of Sichuan Province, P.R. China.

     Citizenship: China


     My GitHub: (Part of my source codes)

2. Research Interests

     Bioinformatics, single-cell omics, genetic and epigenetic regulatory networks.

     Gametogenesis, fertilization and early embryogenesis.

3. Experience

4. Education

     Ph. D.,   2013.09~current,   Integrative Life Sciences,   Peking-Tsinghua Center for Life Sciences and AAIS @ Peking University, China.

     M. Sc.,   2010.09~2013.07,   Physics,   School of Physical Science and Technology @ Inner Mongolia University, China.

     B. Sc.,   2006.09~2010.07,   Biotechnology,   School of Life Sciences @ Heilongjiang University, China.

     M. Sc. thesis (Chinese): Predicting subnuclear location of proteins and subcellular location of ncRNAs based on multi-information fusion and multi-label ensemble classifier. @ Qianzhong Li Group .

     B. Sc. thesis (Chinese): Optimize the nitrogen sources of a red pigment-producing strain for generating more pigments. @ Jin Tao Group.

5. Skill

     7 Levels from Newbie 1 to God Level 7:
     1:Newbie,  2:Basic,   3:Familiar,   4:Professional,   5:Very Professional,   6:Top 100 Experts,  7:God Level (Surpassing human's limit).

  Skill     Level         Skill     Level  
  Go     2         Java     1  
  Javascript     1         Markup Languages     1  
  Python     3         Perl     4  
  R     4         Julia     1  
  Linux Bash Shell     2         SQL and NoSQL     1  
  Statistics     3         Statistical Physics     2  
  Complex Networks     2         Nonlinear Dynamics     2  
  Machine Learning     2         Deep Neural Networks     1  
  Bioinformatics     4         Systems Biology     1  
  Biology     2         English     3  

6. Full Publications

     ^(Co-)first author, *(Co-)corresponding author

     [5]. Shanshan Ai^, Xianhong Yu^, Yumei Li^, Yong Peng, Chen Li, Yanzhu Yue, Ge Tao, Chuan-Yun Li, William T Pu*, Aibin He*. (2017). Divergent Requirements for EZH1 in Heart Development Versus Regeneration. Circulation Research, CIRCRESAHA.117.311212. PMID:28512107

     [4]. Shanshan Ai^, Yong Peng^, Chen Li, Fei Gu, Xianhong Yu, Yanzhu Yue, Qing Ma, Jinghai Chen, Zhiqiang Lin, Pingzhu Zhou, Huafeng Xie, Terence W Prendiville, Wen Zheng,Yuli Liu, Stuart H Orkin, Da-Zhi Wang, Jia Yu,William T Pu*, Aibin He*. (2017). EED orchestration of heart maturation through interaction with HDACs is H3K27me3-independent. eLife, 6:e24570. PMID:28394251

     [3]. Yong-Chun Zuo*, Yong Peng, Li Liu, Wei Chen, Lei Yang*, and Guo-Liang Fan*. (2014). Predicting peroxidase subcellular location by hybridizing different descriptors of Chou’ pseudo amino acid patterns. Analytical Biochemistry, 458: 14-19. PMID:24802134

     [2]. Yongchun Zuo*, Pengfei Zhang, Li Liu, Tao Li, Yong Peng, Guangpeng Li, and Qianzhong Li*. (2014). Sequence-specific flexibility organization of splicing flanking sequence and prediction of splice sites in the human genome. Chromosome Research, 22(3), 321-334. PMID:24728765

     [1]. Tao Li, Qian-Zhong Li*, Shuai Liu, Guo-Liang Fan, Yong-Chun Zuo, and Yong Peng. (2013). PreDNA: accurate prediction of DNA-binding sites in proteins by integrating sequence and geometric structure information. Bioinformatics, 29(6), 678-685. PMID:23335013