Limin Angela Liu

Limin Angela Liu, PhD, obtained her BSc degree from Tsinghua University, Beijing and her PhD degree from Carnegie Mellon University, USA. After postdoctoral research at Johns Hopkins University, USA, she became Associate Professor at Shanghai Jiao Tong University. Her recent work includes the establishment of an ab initio method for the prediction of transcription factor binding sites and a novel “tethered-hopping model” for describing the effects of protein-protein interactions on the formation and stability of ternary protein-DNA complexes.


Interdisciplinary Research and Applications in Bioinformatics, Computational Biology, and Environmental Sciences
Limin Angela Liu, Dongqing Wei, Yixue Li. © 2011. 396 pages.
The advancement of high-throughput technologies that generate large scale biological data, as well as the development of related computational tools, has united global efforts...
Handbook of Research on Computational and Systems Biology: Interdisciplinary Applications
Limin Angela Liu, Dongqing Wei, Yixue Li, Huimin Lei. © 2011. 776 pages.
The biological sciences have been among the most exciting and intensely pursued fields of science for the past several decades. The advancement of high-throughput technologies...