Jean Fan

Dr. Jean Fan

Incoming Assistant Professor. Department of Biomedical Engineering. Johns Hopkins University.

I will be starting as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at Johns Hopkins University in July 2020. I am currently an NCI F99/K00 post-doctoral fellow in the lab of Dr. Xiaowei Zhuang at Harvard University. I received my PhD in Bioinformatics and Integrative Genomics at Harvard under the mentorship of Dr. Peter Kharchenko at the Department of Biomedical Informatics and in close collaboration with Dr. Catherine Wu at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. In my free time, I enjoy writing code to make generative art and to forward STEM education.

[ Curriculum Vitae ]

  • Meet the Team

    Arpan Sahoo

    Arpan Sahoo

    Undergraduate Student. Department of Computer Science. Johns Hopkins University.

    I am a junior studying Computer Science at Johns Hopkins University. I am interested in software and web development in the space of bioinformatics. In my free time, I'm a teaching assistant for the Department of Applied Mathematics & Statistics and enjoy exploring video production and photography.

  • Brendan Miller

    Brendan Miller

    Post-doctoral Fellow.

    I am a post-doctoral researcher recently graduated from the Cellular, Molecular, Developmental Biology and Biophysics Department at Johns Hopkins Univeristy. I was also part of the Graduate Partnership Program between Johns Hopkins University and the National Institutes of Health. During my PhD I developed cancer detection assays based on patterns of DNA methylation in circulating cell-free DNA from blood plasma samples (aka liquid biopsies). I'm excited to integrate my foundational training as a wet lab biologist with computational strategies to help solve fundamental problems in health and disease!

  • Catherine Lo

    Catherine Lo

    Highschool Research Assistant.

    I'm a senior at Montgomery Blair High School, and have an interest for all things science, especially biology and statistics. I'm excited for my first dry lab research experience!




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