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Xinbin Chen

Xinbin Chen

Professor

Surgical & Radiological Sciences

Office
2128A Tupper Hall, Davis, CA 95616

Licenses
Postdoctoral Fellow
Columbia University
New York, NY
Education
1982, BS (DVM), Anhui Agricultural University, China
1985, MS, Nanjing Agricultural University, China
1987, MS, Michigan State University, Michigan
1991, PhD, Michigan State University, Michigan
Active Research Grants
Principal Investigator, The role of the p63-RBM38 loop in tumor suppression , (Principal Investigator), National Institutes of Health
Principal Investigator, The feedback loop between FDXR and the p53 family in tumor suppression, (Principal Investigator), National Institutes of Health/National Cancer Institute
Principal Investigator, Mechanism of p73-dependent tumor suppression, (Principal Investigator), National Institutes of Health
Principal Investigator, The Role of the p53-Ninj2 loop in Tumor Progression and Metastasis, (Principal Investigator), California Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program
Principal Investigator, Novel Therapeutic Strategy for the Treatment of Hematological Cancer, (Principal Investigator), UC Davis Office of Research, Intramural Science Translation and Innovative Research (STAIR)
Principal Investigator, Mechanism of p53-dependent tumor suppression , (Principal Investigator), NIH/NCI
Co-Principal Investigator, Students Training in Advanced Research, Isaac Pessah (Principal Investigator), NIH
Co-Principal Investigator, UC Davis Cancer Center Core Support Grant, Dr. Lara (Principal Investigator), National Institutes of Health/National Cancer Institute
Honors and Awards
1985-1987 World Bank Graduate Fellowship at Michigan State University
1994 Awarded American Cancer Society Postdoctoral Fellowship at Columbia University (declined)
1994-1996 Postdoctoral fellowship by Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program
1997-2001 Faculty Career Development Award by Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research Program
1997-2001 NIH First Award (R29) to New Investigator
2000 Distinguished Teaching Award, School of Graduate Studies, Medical College of Georgia (now Georgia Health Sciences University)
2010 Pfizer Animal Health Excellence in Research Award (Organization: School of Veterinary Medicine, UC Davis; Reason for receipt: based on the productivity (quite many primary research articles) and quality (important discoveries in the field of cancer biology and veterinary oncology) published in high impact journals of the research carried out in my lab; Professional Significance: Now called Zoetis Excellent in Research award – one award per year for the entire UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine. It is a big honor to Faculty who has sustained productivity of research)
Most Recent Five Book Chapters
2013 Qian Y, Chen X: Regulation of senescence by the p53 family, , Methods in Molecular Biology, . 37-61.
Research Focus
Oncology
Specialty Focus
Oncology