Ai-Hui Tang is a professor in School of Life Sciences at USTC. He obtained his PhD in Biophysics at Peking University with Shi-Qiang Wang, where he studied the pattern dynamics of intracellular calcium in cardiac myocytes. He conducted postdoctoral training with Bradley Alger at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, where he made a series of discoveries in inhibitory neuronal circuitry organization and modulation. He then joined Thomas Blanpied's lab in the same department and started applying newly developed super resolution localization based imaging techniques to dissect the protein organizations at synapses. These work led to his discovery of the trans-synaptic nanocolumn.
Meet the Team
Wen-Li Yao, BS
Jia-Hui Chen, PhD
Currently a PhD student in School of Engineering
We have open positions for postdocs and research associates, and we are always interested in hearing from motivated and talented individuals who might want to join our group. Please send a CV if you are interested.