Evangeline Bao
Student

Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) Students in Cell and Molecular Biology, 2018-Present

As a first-year student, I'm currently doing my rotation in Dr. Ru-Rong Ji's lab. Here, I study neuron-cancer interaction as well as how cancer immunotherapy affects pain sensory. 

Prior to joining Duke, the main focus of my undergraduate research was autoimmune diseases. I stayed in Dr. Qingqing Wang's lab at Zhejiang University, China, studying how E3-ligase FBXW7 conditional KO influenced TMPD-induced lupus nephritis. I also joined in Dr. Vicki Kelley's lab at Harvard University from July 2017 to May 2018, studying IL-34's role in autoimmune diseases.

Education Background

Zhejiang University
Chu Ko-Chen Honor College, Pursuit Science Class (Biomedical science), Honors program
Major: Biomedical Science 
09/14-06/18

Hebrew University of Jerusalem Summer Session 08/16-09/16 • Developmental biology (by Dr. Joel Yisraeli, Dr. Abraham Fainsod, Dr. Avihu Klar, Dr. Chaya Kalcheim and Dr. Ze’ev Paroush) 
08/16-09/16

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