Ying Li, Ph.D
Hi, I'm Ying
Data Engineer at SymphonyRM. Freelance web designer for hire.




Who Am I


I am a self-starter who is passionate about using technology for social good. At the office, at the home, or at the lab, I am curious about the technology that have inspired us to get here. With every data point I plot, I think about how it can be translated into a meaningful story.

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How I started

I earned a PhD in Entomology and gained industry experience as a researcher at Genentech. I am also a proud graduate of the Data Analytics Bootcamp at UC Berkeley Extension.








Where Am I

Currently, I am a Data Engineer at SymphonyRM in Palo Alto, CA. In addition to data, I spend my time as a web designer for grassroots organizations in SF Bay Area.




Reaching out

Please do not hesitate to contact me - I am available for a conversation!










Portfolio





Publications
2019

O-GlcNAcylation of PERIOD regulates its interaction with CLOCK and timing of circadian transcriptional repression

Li, Ying et al.



2018

CK1alpha collaborates with DOUBLETIME to regulate PERIOD function in the Drosophila circadian clock

Lam, Vu, Li, Ying et al.



2016

The molecular basis for light entrainment of insect clocks

Li, Ying et al.


Codon usage affects the structure and function of the Drosophila circadian clock protein PERIOD

Fu, JingJing, . . . Li, Ying et al.



2015

The catalytic and non-catalytic functions of the Brahma chromatin-remodeling protein collaborate to fine-tune circadian transcription in Drosophila

Kwok, Rosanna, Li, Ying et al.