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Wei Ge


  • Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, CAMS/PUMC

Wei Ge graduated from the Department of Chemistry of Beijing Normal University with a bachelor's degree, then conducted her graduate studies at University of Oxford with Professor Sir Jack. E. Baldwin, and received her DPhil degree in 2005. From 2005 to 2012, Wei Ge performed postdoctoral research in Professor Christopher J Schofield (FRS) group at University of Oxford. In 2013, she joined the Institute of Basic Medicine CAMS as full Professor and principal investigator. She has been focusing on molecular mechanisms of cancers and immune-related diseases, as well as development of new targeted drugs.

Specifically, her research group focuses on biological mechanisms and patient-oriented research related to cancers and immune-related diseases, mainly regarding translational investigation of diagnostic markers and drug targets.