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Fang Xie

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Degree: Doctoral Degree
Career Level: Fully Competent
Occupation: Life, Physical, and Social science
Career Title: Biological Scientists, All Other
Target Title: Scientist II
Fang Xie is Scientist II(Life, Physical, and Social science) from san francisco,CA United States.


Unviersity of California San Francisco San Francisco, CA United States
10/01/2018 - current
Postdoc researcher
Establishing human cell line model using CRISPR for studying of premature ovarian insufficient diseases. Training in progress: Scientific and regulatory considerations in medical product development training (drug development and regulation)

Michigan State University East Lansing, MI United States
06/01/2016 - 09/30/2018
Postdoc researcher
Studying cell fate development during early embryonic developmental stage (CRISPR manipulated) Using mouse cancer model executed experiment of the effect of oxybenzone on mammary gland development (immune cell profiling), presented 2 posters at breast cancer and environmental research program (BCERP)


Southwest University for Nationalities Chengdu, Sichuan, China
09/2002 - 07/2006
Degree: Bachelor's Degree
Major:Animal Science
Learning basic veterinary technique and skills.
Texas A&M University-Kingsville Kingsville, TX, United States
08/2008 - 08/2011
Degree: Master's Degree
Investigate the effect of plant tannin on adipocyte metabolism in goat.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Lincoln, NE, United States
08/2012 - 05/2016
Degree: Doctoral Degree
•Designed, managed, and performed thesis research on obesity dependent oocyte/embryo mRNA quality physiology •Established and published a new technique using FiSH detecting individual mRNA molecule in single oocyte/embryo in the lab •First and co-author on several manuscripts in peer-reviewed scientific journals •Supervised undergraduate students, providing instruction on lab techniques, data analysis, and presentation skills •Presented thesis research internally and at international conferences

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