Posts by Shenglin Mei, PhD
Primary Prostate Cancer Establishes a Suppressive Immune Microenvironment
Through careful unraveling of the cellular and molecular landscape of prostate cancer, Massachusetts General Hospital researchers observed a highly immune-suppressive tumor microenvironment with a pattern of angiogenic gene expression, findings that will help identify targets amenable to therapeutic interventions.
Genetic Signature Predicts Metastasis, Survival in Clear Cell Renal Cell Carcinoma
Shenglin Mei, PhD, Philip J. Saylor, MD, David B. Sykes, MD, PhD, and colleagues found that simultaneous expression of four specific genes predicts survival and metastasis in human clear cell renal cell carcinoma, and they identified other potential therapeutic targets.
Shenglin Mei, PhD, is a research fellow in the Department of Medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital.