I am a fourth year Ph.D. in Chemistry student at Harvard University, working at the Murthy lab in the Department of Molecular and Cellular Biology, where I study neuronal coding of olfaction. Here is my curriculum vitae.
I’m from Shanghai, China. My love for science dates back to 5th grade when my science teacher shot a rocket with citric acid and baking soda. In my free time, I enjoy running and windsurfing.
Email: hwu01 [at] g.harvard.edu
Jan 2019 - My lab's research of ant navigation is featured in a New York Times article, including a short clip of motor-tracked, computer-labeled ant movements that I collected with AntCam and analyzed with DeepLabCut.