I received my PhD degree at Hunter College, City University of New York, where I worked on mechanisms of transcriptional control and regulation in mammalian cells. Then I conducted postdoctoral research at Columbia University, on the effect of enzyme acetylation and metabolism on cardiac function in human cardiovascular diseases, especially in heart failure. I joined the lab working with Dr. Barry Fine since 2019, using induced pluripotent stem cells and bioengineered tissues to further study human cardiac diseases.
Cardiac, Cardiovascular, Stem Cell
Fun Fact About Me
The pandemic turns me into an artist.
Achievements of Interest
01/2016-12/2017 AHA Postdoctoral Fellowship
Country of Origin