Hien T. Dang, PhD

Assistant Professor
Vice Chair for Research (Interim)

Hien Dang

Contact

1015 Walnut Street
603 Curtis Bldg
Philadelphia, PA 19107

Email Hien T. Dang

215-955-1621

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Hien T. Dang, PhD

Assistant Professor
Vice Chair for Research (Interim)

Education

Graduate School

PhD, Penn State College of Medicine - 2012

Fellowships

Cancer Research Training Award (CRTA)
Laboratory of Human Carcinogenesis, National Cancer Institute/NIH

Publications

Awards

  • Director’s Award of Merit, National Cancer Institute/NIH
  • Director’s Innovation Award, National Cancer Institute/NIH

Research Interests

Primary liver cancer (PLC) is the 2nd most common cause of cancer-related death worldwide with the fastest rising incidence and mortality in the United States.

Our lab is interested in identifying disease-acquired functions of RNA binding proteins (RBPs), and in parallel, exploit such mechanisms as actionable biomarkers or drug targets to improve diagnosis for PLC patients. 

Our lab utilizes bioinformatics and bench science spanning from functional genomics, translational science, molecular epidemiology, RNA biology, cancer biology, and animal models to investigate the oncogenic roles of RBPs in PLC.

To learn more, go to Dang Laboratory