Qingyun’s research interests center around employing population genomics approaches to comprehend the evolutionary mechanisms through which bacterial pathogens enhance their propagation within human host populations. Gaining insight into the successfully adapted bacterial variants could open new avenues for the design of precision target-based interventions.
Evolution of antibiotic resilience
Tuberculosis treatment failure associated with evolution of antibiotic resilience
Local adaptation and host-bacteria interaction
Local adaptation of Mycobacterium tuberculosis on the Tibetan Plateau
A FLOT1 host regulatory allele is associated with a recently expanded Mtb clade in patients with tuberculosis