Wei Li


He is currently a Professor and Director of the GMCB Graduate Program at USC Keck School of Medicine. He holds four patents on secreted Hsp90 as a drug candidate to treat chronic wounds and triple negative breast cancer and all the patents have entered their industrial development phases. His research program is currently supported by two NIH grants (RO1) and one VA research grant (with Dr. David Woodley, MD). He is the principal or co-author of many peer-reviews publications in biomedical journals, including Cell, Nature, Science, PNAS, Nature Medicine, Journal of Clinical Investigation (JCI), EMBO J, Molecular Cell Biology (MCB), Molecular Biology of Cell (MBC), Journal of Cell Biology (JCB), JCS and JBC. He is a frequent speaker at national and international levels. He has received many national and international awards. He has membership in various societies such as American Society of Microbiology (ASM), American Association for the Advancement of Science, etc.

Research Interests:

His research interest focuses on Mechanisms of skin wound healing and skin cancer, signal transduction by growth factors/cytokines and extracellular matrices proteins, regulation of human skin cell and skin cancer cell motility, extracellular Hsp90.

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