Lulu Cao is currently a Postdoctoral Associate in Genetics at Stanford University, sponsored by Dr. Michael Snyder. Dr. Cao obtained her Ph.D. in Chemistry from Brown University in 2010. She received her B.S. degree from University of Science and Technology of China in 2004.
Dr. Cao’s research interests include application and development of protein and mass spectrometry technologies to disease-related research. Dr. Cao has authored more than a dozen papers on mass spectrometry and quantitative proteomic/phosphoproteomic analysis of human diseases. Her Ph.D. studies were focused on mapping signaling networks relevant to human immune diseases and exploring perturbations in phosphorylation patterns induced by pharmacological agents. At Stanford, Dr. Cao has focused on mass spectrometric technology development and integrative omics research related to diseases such as asthma and NGLY1 Deficiency.