Clinical Research Assistant I
B.S., Neuroscience, Duke University
Jing graduated in 2019 from Duke University with a Bachelor’s degree in neuroscience and a minor in psychology. During his undergraduate and professional career, he developed an interest in precision psychiatry. He joined the Center for Brain Circuit Therapeutics in August 2020 as a research assistant working with Dr. Michael Fox.
In his free time, Jing enjoys playing tennis, snowboarding, boxing, hiking and spending time with friends and his golden retriever puppy.
Jing hopes to gain knowledge and clinical experience in treating patients with neuropsychiatric disorders using brain stimulation methods. He plans to pursue an PhD degree in computational psychiatry in the future.