Dr. Xiangyang Miao is a Professor at Institute of Animal Sciences, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences in Beijing. He performed his doctoral studies in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology at College of Biological Sciences, China Agricultural University. He also worked as a visiting professor at University of Guelph, Canada (2009), Harvard University and University of California, Davis, USA (2011-2012).He is an evaluation expert in National Natural Science Foundation of China, The National Scholarship Fund, Beijing Natural Science Foundation, The National Key Research and Development Program of China,Beijing Municipal Science and Technology Commission, Beijing Science and Technology Award, Beijing Senior Professional Title, China Academic Degrees and Graduate Education Development Center, Jiangsu Science and Technology Consultation etc. He is an associate Editor for BMC Veterinary Research, an editorial board member for Cloning &Transgenesis, American Journal of Biomedical Research,Journal of Clinical Research and Development etc.He is peer reviewer for BMC Genomics, Reproduction, Scientific Reports, Oncotarget,Genes etc. He is an outstanding expert of Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.He has published more than 100 peer-reviewed papers, including papers in Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, Molecular and Cellular Endocrinology, Reproduction, Scientific Reports,Oncotarget, Frontiers in Physiology, Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry, Gene, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications etc. He has also applied for 20 domestic patents, and obtained 7 national invention patents,3 US invention patentsand 20 software copyrights.
He is a principal investigator and academic leader which successively lead more than 30 projects.His research areais molecular and developmental biology, functional genomics, and molecular breeding. His research interestscurrently focus oncloning and identification of new genes, functional genomics, epigenetics, high throughput genomics, bioinformatics, and molecular breeding.