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Emily H. Cheng, MD, PhD
Emily H. Cheng, MD, PhD
Attending Pathologist, Department of Pathology; Member, Human Oncology and Pathogenesis Program

Professor

The focus of the Cheng laboratory is to elucidate the molecular mechanisms underlying cell death with the hope that the knowledge derived from our research can be translated into targeted therapeutics that trigger cell death in cancer.

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The Cheng Lab

The Cheng Lab

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Emily H. Cheng, MD, PhD

Emily H. Cheng, MD, PhD

Attending Pathologist, Department of Pathology; Member, Human Oncology and Pathogenesis Program

Professor

  • Physician-scientist Emily Cheng focuses on the molecular mechanisms of cell death and their implications in tumorigenesis and cancer therapy, with primary emphasis on lung and kidney cancers.
  • MD, Taipei Medical University
  • PhD, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
chenge1@mskcc.org
Email Address
646-888-3258
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Members

Song Han

Research Technician

Allison Moyer
Shriram Ramani
Danielle Richards

Administrative Assistant

Sonali Sinha
Kosuke Tanaka
Yuchen Xie
Yuchen Xie

Data Scientist at Audible, Inc., Newark, NJ

Shaoyuan Yang
Lab Alumni
Gregory Bean
Gregory Bean

Graduate Research Assistant

Po Chan
Po Chan

Research Technician

Hui-Chen Chen

Research Fellow

Beatrice D'Orsi

Research Fellow

Yafen Huang, PhD
Yafen Huang

Research Fellow

Paul Jeng

Graduate Student

Chung Ping Liao, PhD
Chung Ping Liao

Research Fellow

Yogesh Tengarai Ganesan

Research Technician

Gary Wang
Gary Wang

Graduate Research Assistant

Akane Yamauchi

Research Fellow

Kota Ishizawa

Research Fellow

Wudan Yan

Graduate Student

Ju Zhou
Lab Affilations

Achievements

  • Distinguished Investigator Award, Washington University School of Medicine (2010)
  • Searle Scholar Award (2005)
  • Howard Temin Award, National Cancer Institute (2003)

Open Positions

Career Opportunities

Postdoctoral positions available for highly motivated candidates with a strong background in biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, and/or mouse genetics to join a research group studying the fundamental mechanisms of cell death and their impact on tumorigenesis and cancer therapy.

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Doctors and faculty members often work with pharmaceutical, device, biotechnology, and life sciences companies, and other organizations outside of MSK, to find safe and effective cancer treatments, to improve patient care, and to educate the health care community.

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Emily H. Cheng discloses the following relationships and financial interests:

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