Research Scientist, Department of Genetics
Yale University School of Medicine, USA
Xinghua Panï¼ÂŒPhD, MD, Research Scientist, and Single-cell omics laboratory chief at Yale University School of Medicine. Focusing on novel technology development for genome-wide functional studies for single cells, Dr. Pan has established up a series of new approaches for single cell analysis on genomics, transcriptomics, epigenomics and telomere length analysis. He has also been applying these technologies in combination with other platforms especially next generation sequencing in translational medicine and variants of biological systems related to stem cells, immune cells, neurons, genetic diseases and cancers. He has authored ~ 60 papers in PNAS, Cell, Nature, etc. and ~20 reviews/book chapters, with 6 biotech patents issued and 7 patents in pending. He contributed to a number of key projects/subjects supported by NIH (National Institute of Health) on human genome project, stem cell, and cancer. He was interviewed by PNAS– Journal Club (2013) and GEN -Exclusive News (2015) for his achievements on single cell technology.