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Ping Chi
Ping Chi, MD, PhD


Associate Professor

It is well recognized that the cellular context contributes to susceptibility to oncogenic transformation mediated by different “driver” oncogenes. The focus of our laboratory is to discover and understand the critical genetic and epigenetic factors that determine the cellular-context-dependent oncogenesis in distinct cancer types, with a primary focus on sarcoma and melanoma. We use multimodality approaches, including  transcriptome analyses, epigenome mapping, and gene-expression-based high-throughput screens, as well as murine models to understand the mechanisms of pathogenesis and to develop biomarkers and targeted therapies based on insight into disease pathogenesis.

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Ping Chi

Ping Chi, MD, PhD



Associate Professor

  • Physician-scientist Ping Chi studies genetic and epigenetic mechanisms of transcriptional regulation by oncogenic factors in GIST, MPNST, melanoma and other solid tumors.
  • MD, Weill Cornell Medical College
  • PhD, The Rockefeller University
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Members

Gabriella Bayshtok

Research Technician

Cindy Lee
Cindy Lee

Research Assistant

Miguel Miranda-Roman
Miguel Miranda-Roman

GSK Graduate Student

Mohini Pachai
Mohini Pachai

Research Technician

Amish  Patel
Amish Patel

Research Associate

Fanny Tomas

Research Fellow

Elissa Wai Pung Wong
Elissa Wai Pung Wong

Senior Research Scientist

Juan Yan

Research Scholar

Lab Alumni
Yuanyuan Xie
Yuanyuan Xie

Research Fellow

Yuedan  Chen
Yuedan Chen

Graduate Research Assistant

Dan Li, Research Fellow
Dan Li

Research Fellow

Devan Murphy
Devan Murphy

Research Technician

Shraddha Pancholi
Shraddha Pancholi

Research Secretary

Jessica  Sher
Jessica Sher

Research Technician

Inna Sirota
Inna Sirota

Research Technician

Sewit Teckie
Sewit Teckie

Radiation Oncology Resident

Edward  Walczak
Edward Walczak

Research Technician

Thomas Wiesner
Thomas Wiesner

Research Fellow

Qifan Zhang
Qifan Zhang

Research Technician

Lab Affiliations

Achievements

  • Kimmel Scholar Award, Sidney Kimmel Foundation (2012)
  • Research Grant, Sarcoma Foundation of America (2012)
  • Grant, GIST Cancer Awareness Foundation (2012)
  • Director’s New Innovator Award, National Institutes of Health (2012)
  • Clinical Scientist Development Award, National Instistutes of Health (2011)

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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.

MSK requires doctors and faculty members to report (“disclose”) the relationships and financial interests they have with external entities. As a commitment to transparency with our community, we make that information available to the public.

Ping Chi discloses the following relationships and financial interests:

  • Zai Lab
    Provision of Services

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