Di Jiang graduated with a bachelor's degree in biology. While earning his degree, Di worked in a research laboratory that used morphological characteristics and molecular markers to reconstruct phylogenetic relationships of different lineages of nudibranchs. He started in the Chu laboratory in June of 2009. Di has been working on a research project studying the role of TLR2 signaling in asthma. Di chose to work at National Jewish Health because he wanted the challenge of being part of a laboratory with high standards of excellence. In his spare time he enjoys going to see movies.