Hung-yu received her B.Sc. in Biotechnology in 2016 from National Kaohsiung Normal University. After worked about drug analysis 3 years in pharmaceutical company, she became a master student and received her M.Sc. in Chemistry in 2021 from National Taiwan Normal University. Then, She joined Dr. Lowary’s group as a research assistant. Her currently work is about glyconeer.
Ching-Wen received her bachelor’s degree in Chemistry from Chung Yuan Christian University. Later, she enrolled in master's program under the supervision of Dr. Wenwei Lin at National Taiwan Normal University. She focused on the development of novel organocatalyzed reactions: synthesis of functional heteroaromatics. Since 2022, she joined Dr. Todd Lowary’s Lab as a research assistant. Her research is focused on a pentasaccharide with a lactyl ether side chain.
Ching-Wen (Vivian) Hsu
Lourriel (Yel) Macale received his B.Sc in Biology in 2015 from the University of the Philippines Los Baños. He received his M.Sc. in Molecular Biology and Biotechnology in 2021 from the same university. Yel joined Lowary Lab in February 2020 as an intern under the Taiwan International Graduate Program (TIGP) Spring Internship. He worked on the enzyme-coupled spectrophotometric assay and circular dichroism spectroscopy of mutant and wild type GlfT2 from M. tuberculosis.
Melvin received his B. Sc. in Biochemistry in 2019 from University of Michigan, USA. He joined Dr. Lowary's lab in 2022 as a research assistant to partake in the structural study of mycobacteriophage utilizing X-Ray Crystallography and Cryo-EM.
Yu-Jen received her B.Sc. in Biomedical Sciences in 2019 with Dr. Ching-Ching Yu from National Chung Cheng University on the chemoenzymatic synthesis of sulfated human milk oligosaccharide. Yu-Jen then received her M.Sc. in Institute of Biochemical Sciences in 2021 under the supervision of Dr. Chi-Huey Wong from National Taiwan University and her work focused on the synthesis and application of the glycoengineered antibody. Later, she joined Dr. Lowary’s group as a research assistant and is currently working on the functional characterization of the endolysins from mycobacteriophages.
Chun-Yen received her B.Sc. in chemistry in 2020 at National Dong Hwa University. She then obtained her M.Sc under the supervision of Prof. Chun-Cheng Lin in 2022 at National Tsing Hua University. Later, she joined Dr. Lowary’ s group as a research assistant in 2023 at Academia Sinica. Her current research involves the synthesis of acid cleavable glycan probe.
Chun-Yen (Anita) Wu