Jingyi Liang

Postdoctoral fellow, Department of Pharmacy, UiT – Arctic University of Norway

My main research focuses on developing mathematical models that improve our understanding of drug action in bacterial infections, particularly tuberculosis (TB). Drug resistance is a major challenge and threat to the global control of TB, and new drugs and regimens are urgently needed. Mathematical modeling can be used to predict optimal dosing strategies and therefore potentially shorten the development cycle for new drugs. I am interested in using mathematical models to study the relationship between chemical reaction kinetics of antibiotics and the dynamics of bacterial populations in patients. This will be useful in optimizing dosing regimens for trials of new TB drugs and preventing relapse.





PhD in Computational Systems Biology 

Department of Wine, Food, and Molecular Biosciences 
Lincoln University, New Zealand


Postgraduate Diploma in Applied Science
Department of Wine, Food, and Molecular Biosciences,

Lincoln University, New Zealand


BSc in Engineering in Biological Engineering and Engineering in Computer Science and Technology

Henan Agricultural University, Zhengzhou City, China

Mathematical modeling


Computational Biology

The Abel zur Wiesch Lab

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