Research & Publications
1) Diagnosis and classification of lymphoma and leukemia; 2) Tumor microenvironment, particularly lymphoma microencironment; and 3) Tissue imaging analysis
Extensive Research Description
The work during Dr. Pan's PhD training at the Nebraska Lymphoma/Leukemia Research Center was focusing on B-cell development and lymphoma biology. During this training, he cloned four new genes from the germinal center B-cells, and two of them, GCET1/Centerin and GCET2/HGAL, have been applied in classifying germinal center B-cell derived lymphomas. During his initial 6 years of career, his research activities have been mostly on the diagnosis and classification of lymphomas and leukemias. Since his recent move to Yale Pathology, Dr. Pan developed specific interest in tumor microenvironment (TME), particularly TME in lymphomagenesis, classification, progression, and therapy.
Tissue imaging analysis
Leukemia; Lymphoma; Tumor Microenvironment