Ting first joined the Trigatti Lab as an undergraduate student recipient of a summer exchange scholarship from MITACS. She returned to the Trigatti Lab as a M.Sc. student in 2016 and transferred to the Ph.D. program in 2018. Ting previously studied Veterinary Medicine as an undergraduate student at the China Agricultural University in Beijing, China.
Outside of the lab, Ting loves snowboarding and working out at the gym. She also enjoys hunting for authentic, delicious Chinese food in the Greater Toronto Area.
Ting is researching the effects of PCSK9 inhibition on coronary artery disease and myocardial infarction in mouse models and the potential mechanisms involved.