Qishen Pang PhD

Qishen Pang PhD
Asst ProfessorCollege of Medicine--UCQishen.pang@cchmc.org
3333 Burnet Ave Cincinnati OH 45229
Phone:(513) 636-1152Fax: (513) 636-3768
  • Leukemia Research

General Research Interest

Genomic instability, Fanconi anemia, leukemia, nucleophosmin,oxidative stress

Research Description

Dr. Pang's lab studies how Fanconi anemia (FA) proteins function to prevent stress-induced apoptosis and clonal evolution of hematopoietic stem cells and progenitors. Dr. Pang aslo works on a project involving the mechanism by which nucleophosmin (NPM) promotes cell proliferation and suppresses apoptosis, and the role of NPM in the selection and progression of human cancers, particularly in the context of p53 regulation.

Transinstitutional Work

None at the moment.

Current Publications

  • Du W, Erden O, Wilson A, Sipple JM, Schick J, Mehta P, Myers KC, Steinbrecher KA, Davies SM, Pang QDeletion of Fanca or Fancd2 dysregulates Treg in mice.Blood 123 1938-47 3/20/2014
  • Du W, Erden O, Pang QTNF-α signaling in Fanconi anemia.Blood Cells Mol Dis 52 2-11 1/1/2014
  • Guo F, Li J, Zhang S, Du W, Amarachintha S, Sipple J, Phelan J, Grimes HL, Zheng Y, Pang QmTOR kinase inhibitor sensitizes T-cell lymphoblastic leukemia for chemotherapy-induced DNA damage via suppressing FANCD2 expression.Leukemia 28 203-6 1/1/2014
  • Sipple J, Schick J, Steinbrecher K, Pang Q, Du W, Amarachintha SInflammation-mediated notch signaling skews fanconi anemia hematopoietic stem cell differentiation.J Immunol 191 2806-17 9/1/2013
  • Guo F, Zhang S, Grogg M, Cancelas JA, Varney ME, Starczynowski DT, Du W, Yang JQ, Liu W, Thomas G, Kozma S, Pang Q, Zheng YMouse gene targeting reveals an essential role of mTOR in hematopoietic stem cell engraftment and hematopoiesis.Haematologica 98 1353-8 9/1/2013
  • Shen C, Oswald D, Phelps D, Cam H, Pelloski CE, Pang Q, Houghton PJRegulation of FANCD2 by the mTOR pathway contributes to the resistance of cancer cells to DNA double-strand breaks.Cancer Res 73 3393-401 6/1/2013

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