Welcome to my website. I am an assistant professor of economics at National University of Singapore. I use a wide range of methodologies from behavioral economics and experimental economics to genetics and neuroscience to conduct research on decision making, encompassing theory, experiment, and application. The bulk of my research work has concentrated on the inquiry on economic decision making in three main categories: (i) model-based experimental studies of decision making; (ii) genetic basis of decision making; (iii) labor economics with behavioral/biological considerations. As my research is highly interdisciplinary, my papers have been published in both economics journals and biology journals.