Jiasheng Zhang

Jiasheng Zhang Jiasheng Zhang
Research Scientist, Cardiovascular Research Center, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut, USA
 
Biography
Jiasheng Zhang received his education, major in clinical medicine in Bengbu medical college. Finished five years of residency training, he became an attending surgeon in 1998. After three years of rigorous and extensive microsurgery training, he received MS degree in Fudan University in 2001. He completed his postdoc. training at Yale University School of Medicine and became a junior research faculty in 2004, and is currently working as a Research Scientist at Yale Cardiovascular Research Center. His research interests have been focusing on 1). Exploring novel molecular imaging biomarkers such as alpha v beta 3 integrin, MMPs for early detection of atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis by multimodality imaging systems. 2). Animal Models of Human Diseases, directing a Microsurgery Core identifying and providing state of the art animal models to study human diseases including the preclinical evaluation of drug/compound novel/old applications.
 
Research Interest
1). Exploring novel molecular imaging biomarkers such as alpha v beta 3 integrin, MMPs for early detection of atherosclerosis and arteriosclerosis by multimodality imaging systems. 2). Animal Models of Human Diseases, directing a Microsurgery Core identifying and providing state of the art animal models to study human diseases including the preclinical evaluation of drug/compound novel/old applications.