Rong Fan, PhD

Associate Professor Tenure

Departments & Organizations

HTI

Stem Cell Center, Yale: Lu Lab | Stem Cell Self-Renewal and Cell Symmetry

Yale Cancer Center: Radiobiology & Radiotherapy | Signal Transduction

Global Health Studies: Information & Biotechnology

Office of Cooperative Research

Biography

Dr. Fan’s research is focused on exploiting systems biology principles to develop nanobiotechnologies that can be used in clinic for differential diagnosis and personalized treatment of complex human diseases. One of his primary interests is to examine the pathophysiological role and corresponding signaling networks of chronic inflammation in various disease systems such as neurodegenerative disease, cardiovascular disease and cancer. Integrated microsystems will be created to analyze and recapitalize disease-associated cellular signaling processes in heterogeneous microenvironment of disease lesions. The knowledge learnt from such study will then guide the development of the most effective, individualized treatment including stem cell-based therapeutics.

URL: http://seas.yale.edu/faculty-research/faculty-directory/rong-fan

Education & Training

PhD University of California, Berkeley (2006)
MS University of Science and Technology of China (2001)
BS University of Science and Technology of China (1999)

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