Ying Ge, PhD, professor of cell and regenerative biology, has been awarded the Biemann Medal from the American Society for Mass Spectrometry for 2020.

Congratulations to CVRC member Ying Ge, PhD, Professor of Cell and Regenerative Biology, for being awarded the 2020 Biemann Medal from the American Society for Mass Spectrometry!


She was also named to the Top 100 Analytical Scientist Power List by The Analytical Scientist. Ge’s laboratory studies how cardiovascular diseases affect the modifications of proteins that function as signaling pathways in the body. She views collaboration with other SMPH researchers as essential to success. “In order to achieve precision medicine, it is critical to have an interdisciplinary effort. Fortunately our lab is located in the highly interdisciplinary WIMR 8th floor cardiovascular center, adjacent to the labs of many cardiovascular investigators such as Drs. Moss, Kamp, Valdivia, Ralphe, Eckhardt, and Masters among others. Such an interdisciplinary environment stimulates collaborations and cultivates new systems biology approaches for precision medicine.


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