Jingjing Huang obtained the master degree in Molecular biology and Biochemistry from Nanjing Agricultural University (China) in 2009. In 2010, She Joined the Delledonne lab in the University of Verona (Italy) to study the origins of nitric oxide in plants and mechanism that how plants perceive and transduce the nitric oxide signal in cellular pathways. She obtained the PhD degree in Biotechnology in 2014. From June 2014 till October 2016, she worked in the Messens lab in VIB-VUB center for Structural Biology, mainly focused on focued on in vitro biochemical study on the S-sulfenylated plant proteins. Since November 2016, she continued her research work on Cys OxiPTM to work in the Van Breusegem in VIB-UGent center for Plant System Biology. From September to December in 2018, Jingjing has worked in Claire Remacle lab in the University of Liege on project "Organellar Redox Signaling in Plants". Since October 2019, Jingjing works as a senior FWO postdoctoral fellow in the Van Breusegem lab focusing on Cysteine oxidations in plants.
Postdoctoral fellow @ Oxidative Stress Signalling