En-Ching Luo

Graduate Student (Ph.D.)
Bioengineering
Taiwanese Government Fellow
e1luo@ucsd.edu

Degrees

M.S. National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan 2014
B.S. National Tsing Hua University, HsinChu, Taiwan 2011

Summary

Enching Luo received her master’s degree in Physiology from National Taiwan University. In her master’s studies, she worked in a bioinformatics and biostatistics core laboratory. Her master’s thesis focused on microRNA regulation of breast cancer. Before starting her graduate studies in Bioengineering at UC San Diego, Enching was a research assistance in a biomaterial laboratory at National Tsing Hua University. She constructed a mouse model of metastatic colon cancer to study drug delivery. As a bioengineering graduate student at UCSD, Enching is interested in RNA regulation and genomics. Enching is funded by the Taiwanese government.

Publications

Luo, E.-C., Chang, Y.-C., Sher, Y.-P., Huang, W.-Y., Chuang, L.-L., Chiu, Y.-C., et al. (2014). MicroRNA-769-3p down-regulates NDRG1 and enhances apoptosis in MCF-7 cells during reoxygenation. Scientific Reports, 4, 5908.

Liu, Y.-J., Lin, Y.-F., Chen, Y.-F., Luo, E.-C., Sher, Y.-P., Tsai, M.-H., et al. (2013). MicroRNA-449a enhances radiosensitivity in CL1-0 lung adenocarcinoma cells. PloS One, 8(4), e62383.