Mark Chiang, Ph.D.
Michigan State University
Rackham Student Government Biological and Health Sciences Representative, Executive Position for Student Advocates for Graduate Education (SAGE)
2018 Outstanding Master's Student, First Place at MSU Animal Science Graduate Research Forum Oral Presentation, First runner-up at Michigan Alliance for Reproductive Technologies and Sciences Poster Presentation, Larry Ewing Memorial Trainee Travel Fund Grant, First runner-up MSU Graduate Academic Conference Oral Presentation
My research focuses on investigating Notch cofactors that may regulate Notch signaling in T-cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia