Jack received his BS and MS from National Taiwan University. He obtained his PhD from Duke University in Biochemistry, where he discovered and characterized translational regulation and RNA localization in Dr. Christopher Nicchitta’s lab. Jack is doing his postdoctoral training at Yale University in the groups of Drs. Peter Cresswell and Maudry Laurent-Rolle, where he investigates translational regulation in innate immunity and SARS-CoV-2 infection. Jack received Ruth L. Kirschstein National Research Service Awards (T32), Cancer Research Institute’s highly regarded Irvington Postdoctoral Fellowship, and a K22 Career Transition Award from the NIAID. Jack will start his research program at Rutger New Jersey Medical School in Newark in the Summer of 2023 . His long-term goal is to dissect the mechanisms of translational regulation in viral infection and during the innate antiviral responses.
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