Sixth Year (Ph.D. Program in Pathology)
Hsi-Min Hsiao (Jim)
I am interested in at looking at the effects of anti-Inflammatory and pro-resolving lipid mediator resolvin D1 on cigarette smoke-induced lung inflammation In vitro and In vivo.
Hometown: Taipei, Taiwan
Mentors: Patricia Sime and Richard Phipps
Prostate cancer is the most common non-cutaneous cancer of the American male population, therefore, identifying new small molecules and therapeutic targets are active areas of research. Using a unique human prostate cancer progression model, I am examining the stage-specific sensitivity and mechanism of action of epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), the most abundant catechin in green tea.
Hometown: Geneva, NY
Mentor: Thomas Gasiewicz
My research interest is the role of TGFb1 on tendon healing.
Hometown: Beijing, China
Mentor: Regis O'Keefe
My research interests lie in stem cell and regenerative medicine. I am interested in microenvironmental effects on stem cells and/or cancer cells. Specifically, I enjoy studying hematopoiesis and other components of the bone marrow. I hope my work will be applicable to disease understanding and treatment.
Hometown: Cleveland, OH
Mentor: Laura Calvi