Majored in biophysics (2016-2021), Wei obtained her PhD degree from the Institute of Nuclear Agricultural Sciences, Zhejiang University. During her doctoral study, she mainly focused on the research of drug metabolism. Specifically, she comprehensively applied radioisotope tracer technology and mass spectrometry analysis technology to study the absorption, transportation, accumulation, and metabolism of 14C-benzene kresoxim-methyl in cucumber. From July 2021 to June 2022, she worked in Westlake Omics Biotechnology Co., Ltd. as a product R&D engineer. In July 2022, she joined iMarker team as a postdoctoral researcher for proteomic big data research.


Representative Publications

Wei Li, Sufen Zhang, et al., Translocation and residue of 14C-benzene kresoxim-methyl in mature cucumber (Cucumis sativus L.). Sci. Total Environ. DOI: