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Lili Wang

Lili's Biography

Dr. Lili Wang is an experienced bioinformatician and software developer. Lili obtained her PhD in Bioinformatics from Queen’s University where her research involved computational analysis of protein interaction networks and genetic information in order to improve our understanding of human complex diseases. Lili is an expert in the quantitative modeling of heterogeneous biological data and software development for computational analysis.

I am working as a scientist in the R&D group of Cyclica where I develop new tools to integrate biological Big Data into the Ligand Express™ pipelines, in order to facilitate the scientific interpretation of our proteome docking solutions.

I am working as a scientist in the R&D group of Cyclica where I develop new tools to integrate biological Big Data into the Ligand Express™ pipelines, in order to facilitate the scientific interpretation of our proteome docking solutions.

For our projects, we use computing power and big data to optimize R&D in drug discovery. This type of work is my passion and, as a result, I enjoy every project in Cyclica.

We help pharmaceutical companies to delivery safe and effective drugs to improve patients lives.

I am not feminist, but I was shocked by the low percentage of women in IT. I wish more and more girls would choose to work in IT and science fields in the future. Education is the fundamental ground for a career, so I devote my time to educating girls about technologies and science.

I just built a database with more than 600 million records, and I am trying to figure out how to use this large amount of data to help with prediction.

I am working in a diverse team of scientists and engineers from Chemistry, Biology and Computer Science. The diversity makes us smarter.

It is never too late to learn, and there are no shortcuts to success.

It is hard to tell, but my passion to technologies and science would not change.

 

 

 

 

Through outreach and professional development activities, research, partnerships, thought leadership and online initiatives, we work with industry and academia to educate on the value of diversity for innovation, to inspire women to thrive and to celebrate the contributions of women in science and engineering.
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