What is your current role? Tell us a bit about your work or line of research
I am trained as a cell and developmental biologist, worked on cellular mechanisms regulating the ciliary disassembly and thereafter early developmental regulatory mechanisms of collective cell migration in vertebrates. I am also involved in advocating science communication, preprints and open access for scientific research.
What are you excited about in science communication?
I believe that communicating science is like interacting with different ideas and thoughts which further leads to open and transparent science to the broader audience in the society.
Why did you choose to participate in the ASAPbio Fellows program?
ASAPbio is a community-based platform for those are dedicated to promoting preprints in order to bring transparency in scientific research, I previously served this community as an ambassador. I believe that through this Fellows program, I will be involved more actively and effectively to support ethical and transparent science with other Fellow members around the globe who have the same passion in science communication.
Ask me about…
Photography, traveling and indeed tea.