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Photo Feng Yan BaiDr. Bai is group leader of the laboratory of Yeast Systematics and Fermentation Microbiome at the Institute of Microbiology, Chinese Academy of Sciences and professor at the College of Life Sciences, University of Chinese Academy of Sciences (UCAS). He graduated from Sun Yat-sen University in 1984 and obtained his Ph.D. degree from UCAS in 1996. He is currently Secretary-General and Vice President of the Mycological Society of China; Commissioner of the International Commission on Yeasts; and Member of the Committee on Yeast Systematics and Nomenclature. He is Editor of journals Yeast and Mycoscience and the book The Yeasts (theyeasts.org) and (co-)authored >120 papers in peer reviewed journals including Nature Microbiology, Nature Communications, Current Biology, Genome Research, Molecular Ecology and Studies in Mycology. His current research interests are 1) diversity, systematics and molecular phylogeny of yeasts; 2) population genomics and evolution of Saccharomyces species; and 3) microbiomes of traditional fermented foods.

More info: https://people.ucas.edu.cn/~baify?language=en