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Dr Luning Liu Ph.D.

Royal Society University Research Fellow Functional and Comparative Genomics


Personal Statement

I received my Ph.D. in Microbiology in 2008 from the Shandong University. I carried out a joint PhD project at the Leiden University, Netherlands (2005-2008), and I worked as a postdoctoral fellow at the Institute Curie, Paris (2008-2010), and a Marie Curie research fellow at the Queen Mary University of London (2010-2012). I became a staff scientist at the University of Liverpool in December 2012, and have been awarded a Royal Society University Research Fellowship (10/2013-09/2018). My research interests include the molecular basis of protein distribution and assembly in biological membranes, light-harvesting mechanism of the photosynthetic apparatus, and the physiological regulations of bioenergetic machinery.

Personal Distinctions

  • Royal Society University Research Fellowship (Competitive Fellowship, Royal Society 2013)
  • Marie Curie Intra-European Fellowship (Competitive Fellowship, European Commission 2010)

Administrative Roles

  • Internal Seminar organiser, Managing AFM in Centre for Cell Imaging and provide training

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