Jiang has a PhD in genomics from Wageningen University, the Netherlands. She
has been a computational biologist at the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard
and Harvard University. She came to USF with the vision to establish one of the
first hybrid labs to synthesize computational biology and experimental
sciences. As the first genomics lab in University of South Florida, Rays
Jiang lab takes on a pioneer role in establishing a viable research program; as
well as pushing the frontier of genomics science. Her lab is developing
innovative methods and applications of genomics technologies, including those
pertinent to normal and pathological human cells. She has published in high
profile journals such as Cell, Science, Nature Communications and Genome Research,
and secured diverse funding sources from NIH, NSF and Gates’ foundations.
USF Health: To envision and implement the future of health.