Tinggeng's research seeks to use an up-to-date genome scale metabolic model to guide a new C1 assimilation cycle design and high-value terpenoids in Synechococcus elongatus

Tinggeng's research focuses on strain/pathway design to enhance the isoprenoids flux on the guidance of genome scale metabolic model reconstruction of Synechococcus elongatus PCC 7942 with the collaboration of Bondi Bio as the industry partner.

Before starting her PhD within the AIBN's Marcellin Group in October 2021, Tinggeng graduated with a B.Sc. (2018) and a M.Sc. (2020) degree in Bioengineering and Bioinformatics from the Guangzhou University, China and The University of Queensland, Australia.

Key Publications

​Ye Yuan, Jian Liu, Peng Zhao, Wei Wang, Xiao Gu, Yi Rong, Tinggeng Lai, Yuze Chen, Kuankuan Xin, Xin Niu, Fengtao Xiang, Hong Huo, Zhaoyu Li and Tao Fang. A graph network model for neural connection prediction and connection strength estimation. J.Neural Eng. 19 036001(2022).