Department: Molecular Cell biology
University: Ningbo University
Shiwei Duan, Ph.D. (2005, Molecular Cell Biology, Shanghai Jiao Tong University). Dr. Duan is currently Professor of School of Medicine at Ningbo University. He was born in Wuhan, China. He received his Bachelor (Biochemistry) and Master (Applied Biochemistry) degrees from East China University of Science and Technology in 1997 and 2002. And he received Ph.D. of Molecular Cell biology from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2005. Since then, He has held research appointments at School of Medicine at the University of Chicago in the United States and Singapore Institute of Clinical Sciences at Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) in Singapore, and has taught at School of Medicine of Ningbo University (since 2011). He has membership in various societies such as Associate Member of American Association for Cancer Research, Member of American Society of Human Genetics, Member of National Pharmacogenomics Professional Committee, Chinese Pharmacological Society. He published some articles in reputable journals. He has received many national and international awards.
His research interests focus on (Epi)genetics and (Epi)genomics for human complex diseases. DNA methylation, miRNA, and lncRNA in the research of cancers and complex diseases
Description: Via a loss-of-function approach, we have been engaged in genomewide search for genes and pathways that are implicated in the development and progression of HCC, as well as in primary and acquired resistance to anti-HCC therapies.
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