Position: MSE Candidate, Biomedical Engineering
Favorite Paper: Generation of Rat Pancreas in Mouse by Interspecific Blastocyst Injection of Pluripotent Stem Cells (Kobayashi et al. Cell 2010)
Favorite Sports Teams: Tokyo Yakult Swallows
Hobbies: Traveling, snowboarding, anime, hibernating, daydreaming
I was born in Nagoya, Japan and grew up in Qingdao, China. I got my bachelor’s degree in Bioengineering at Beijing University of Chemical Technology, where I mainly worked with bacteria and bioreactors. I came to Johns Hopkins University in 2019 as a masters student to study Biomedical Engineering, and joined the Kwon lab in 2020.
I’m currently working on trying to generate donor derived hearts by blastocyst complementation.