Ph.D., University of Delaware, Newark, Delaware
Post-Doctoral Researcher, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey
MEDT 200 Language of Medicine
MEDT 270 Medical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
MEDT 390 Molecular Diagnosis
Research Interest: Examine how epigenetically silenced tumor suppressor genes influence tumor initiation, progression and metastasis in breast and pancreatic cancers. My long-term research objective is to examine how aberrant signaling molecules regulate epigenomes and lead to a wide spectrum of malignant phenotypes, primarily in breast and pancreatic cancers. The ultimate goals are: to identify the micro environmental cause (s) leading to tumorigenesis, decipher how dysregulated signaling pathways contribute to neoplasm by altering epigenomes, discover potential diagnostic bio-markers, and develop specific therapeutic strategies by correcting signaling molecules.