Lin Mei, MD, PhD
Dr. Lin Mei graduated from Peking University Health Science Center in 2009 of the 8-year joint BS/MD program. He was awarded Summa Cum Laude at graduation. From 2010 to 2013, he worked as postdoctoral fellow at Albany Medical College, NY. In 2013, he started his three-year internal medicine residency training at SUNY Buffalo. Afterwards, he moved to Virginia Commonwealth University to start his hematology/oncology fellowship in 2016. Now he is the third-year fellow. His research interest includes genitourinary cancer and sarcoma. In 2018, he was awarded CAHON Young Investigator Award.
Gang Chen, MD, PhD
Gang Chen, MD, PhD, is a 3rd year Oncology/Hematology fellow at NCI. He earned his MD and PhD from Xi’an Jiaotong University (formerly Xi’an Medical University), completed his research training at NIH and Johns Hopkins University. His research focused on TGF-betasignaling and tumor immunology. He completed internal medicine residency at MEdStar Harbor hospital, served as the Chief resident in 2015-2016. He started Oncology/Hematology fellowship training at NCI since 2016. His career goal is to be a general Oncologist/Hematologist, with an interest in running clinical trials and developing new therapeutics.