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Chi, MD, PhD
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Originally from Taiwan, Dr. Chi originally received his MD from National Taiwan University. Shortly afterwards, he received his PhD and completed postdoctoral training with Dr. Patrick Brown at Stanford University. A stellar physician-scientist, he joined the faculty here at Duke as an assistant professor in the Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology working closely within the Institute of Genome Sciences and Policy. Dr. Chi has conducted microarray research and published many studies on the use of genomic analysis to dissect the influence of hypoxia and various tumor microenvironmental stresses on cancer cells to dissect the heterogeneity of human cancers. His research program has been focused on the use gene signatures (hypoxia, lactic acidosis) obtained in a tissue culture setting to annotate and analyze tumor phenotypes and other characteristics of human cancers.