Chen Zhongyi, male, was born in 1972. Ph.D., Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of Arkansas Medical Research Center, Visiting Scholar, Sanchis / Lereclus Laboratory, INRA/Pasteur Institute, France, presided over the National High Technology (863) Project: Genetic Engineering Microbial Environmental and Ecological Safety Research; National Nature Fund Project: The use of micro-transposons to construct a genetic engineering project for the control of rice diseases and insect pests Bacillus subtilis. He has published more than 50 professional papers in academic journals at home and abroad.
He is currently the director of the Biomedical Department of the National Feed Engineering Technology Research Center, responsible for the construction of antimicrobial peptide genetic engineering bacteria. He has a solid foundation in molecular biology, microbiology and systems biology, and is familiar with the frontiers of molecular microbiology and related research skills. Focus on and specialize in microbial function gene discovery, high-throughput screening of microbial new drugs, biological group breeding and genetic and metabolic engineering, research and development of micro-environmental safety of insecticidal and disease-preventing "super" biological pesticides; establishment of wild-type spores Bacillus microtransposon mutation and gene cloning technology, and made good progress in the development of bio-bacterial function gene discovery and stable high-efficiency insecticidal disease prevention super bio-pesticides. Now he is the core staff of the company's R&D team.