Dr. Zhou is an experienced stem cell biologist with great passion to develop state-of-the-art human pluripotent stem cell (hPSC) technologies and apply them to drug screening and disease investigation. Dr. Zhou was a pioneer in establishing a protocol for using human urinary cells as a source to generate iPSCs in a noninvasive manner. Utilizing this protocol, she developed a panel of iPSC models for studying premature aging and cardiovascular diseases. She has also combined the hPSC technology with chemical screens and the latest genome editing technologies such as prime editing, base editing, and CRIPSR/Cas9 based knock-out and knock-in in hPSCs for her own research and collaboration projects.
Looking forward, Dr. Zhou will continue to use her expertise to contribute to the development of the stem cell field, and she welcomes collaboration with investigators of all levels from MSK, the Tri-institutes and other institutions.
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