Yale University School of Medicine
Dr. Jun Liu received his PhD of Physics at Institute of Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences in Beijing. He then got post-doctoral research training in Biophysics and Electron Microscopy at the Laboratory of Dr. Kenneth Taylor at Florida State University. Subsequently Dr. Liu became a staff scientist at the Laboratory of Dr. Sriram Subramanian at National Cancer Institute. In 2007, Dr. Liu started his own laboratory in University Texas Medical School at Houston. Dr. Liu was appointed as Associate Professor with Tenure at Department of Microbial Pathogenesis in Yale School of Medicine In 2017. His research group at Yale aims to contribute to the development of cryo-electron tomography as the method of choice for imaging cells and molecules at high resolution. He has published more than 70 research articles on the application of cryo-electron tomography to many fundamental biomedical researches.