Jinglong was trained in a single-molecule lab in Institute Jacques Monod and École Normale Supérieure Paris and obtained his PhD degree from University of Paris in 2019, France. He dissected the molecular machinery of human and bacterial Non-homologous end joining, and interrogated the mechanism of SpCas9 plasticity on targeting DNA with deviant PAMs using single-molecule nanomanipulation tools. Jinglong joined the Frock lab in Jan 2020, and he is working on DSB-related chromosome topological changes and genomic interactions.
Member, Maternal & Child Health Research Institute (MCHRI)
Richard Frock, Postdoctoral Faculty Sponsor
Terence Strick, Charlie Grosse, Dorota Kostrz, Jinglong Wang, Marc Nadal. "France Patent 1762848 Molecule d'ADN Double- Brin pour la Detection et la Caracterisation des Interactions Moleculaires", CNRS, Dec 21, 2018