Professor Qili Feng is a professor and Dean of School of Life Sciences, South China Normal University. He is also the Director of Guangzhou Key Lab of Insect Development Regulation and Application Research, Standing Director of the European and American Students' Association in Guangdong. He was a research scientist in the Great Lakes Forestry Centre of Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resource Canada during 1999-2005. He currently is a member of Biochemical and Molecular Biology Specialized Committee, Insect Heredity and Development Specialized Committee and Insect Genomics Specialized Committee of Chinese Entomology Society. He services as editorial board member of Archive of Insect Biochemistry and Physiology, Insect Science, Biopesticides International, Acta Entomologica Sinica, Journal of Environmental Entomology, Acta Sericologica Sinica. He received research grants of the National Basic Research Program of China (973 Project), key project and key international cooperation project of Chinese National Natural Science Foundation. He has published more than 100 research papers in the peer-reviewed journals, including Annual Review of Entomology, PNSA, Nature Ecology and Evolution, Nucleic Acids Research, Advances in Virus Research, Insect Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, etc. and holds four national invention patents. He received the Canadian Forest Service Merit Awards - Exception Achievement in 2003. Dr. Feng is interesting in the study of molecular regulation mechanisms of insect growth and development.