MTA CoordinatorPhone: 734.763.0614
Prior to joining the licensing team as an MTA Coordinator, Qing had been a research investigator in Dr. Mark Chiang’s lab at the University of Michigan since 2015. She focused on the role of cofactors of the oncogene Notch in T-cell progenitor biology and their pathological roles in T-cell leukemia, to fully understand how to manipulate these cofactors to safely treat Notch-dependent cancers and regenerated Notch-dependent thymic stem cells after chemotherapy or bone marrow transplantation. Qing received her Ph.D. and B.S. from Wuhan University in China.