Shun Liang

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shun.liangobfuscate@rutgers.edu

I received my undergraduate degree in Medicine from Anhui University of Chinese Medicine. Following graduation, I became a teacher at the Anhui College of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

When I moved to the States, I joined the research team of Dr. Phil Rea at University of Pennsylvania, where I worked on the membrane transport and detoxification of xenobiotics. Later on, I worked with Dr. George Coukos on isoform-specific phosphatidylinositol 3-kinase targeted therapy in ovarian cancer. Then worked with Dr. Lin Zhang on OncoGenome and EpiGenome in ovarian and breast cancer. More recently, I worked at Children’s Hospital at Philadelphia with Dr. Long X. Zheng on Structure-function analysis of proteinases ADAMTS7 and Autophagy in regulation of von Willebrand factor (VWF) secretion and function.

Papers

The landscape of transcriptional and translational changes over 22 years of bacterial adaptation. Favate et al. bioRxiv 2021

A tRNA modification balances carbon and nitrogen metabolism by regulating phosphate homeostasis, to couple metabolism to cell cycle progression. Gupta et al. eLife 2019

Post-transcriptional regulation of colonic epithelial repair by RNA binding protein IMP1/IGF2BP1. Chatterji et al. EMBO reports 2019

The LIN28B–IMP1 post-transcriptional regulon has opposing effects on oncogenic signaling in the intestine. Chatterji et al. Genes & Development 2018