Lixing Huang

Jimei University

Dr. Lixing Huang is an associate professor at Jimei University. He is mainly engaged in the molecular mechanisms research on the bacterial pathogen-host interaction, including but not limited to: 1) Applying dual RNA-seq and dual iTRAQ approaches to complex infection settings comprising of bacterial pathogens, their hosts and the resident gut microbiota; 2) Interplay between host cell microRNAs / proteins and bacterial infection; 3) Impact of bacterial pathogens on host cell RNA metabolism; 4) Effect of bacterial non-coding RNAs / proteins on key host intracellular pathways; and 5) Nutritional immunity, the struggle for nutrient metals between hosts and pathogens. He is the author of more than 60 research articles. He is also a member of the China Society of Fisheries (CSF) and the Chinese Society of Toxicology (CST).