Changge Fang : NIDDK

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Changge Fang

Dr. Changge Fang joined LGP in July 2004. She studied in the Stat Key Laboratory of Agriobiotechnology in China Agricultural University. For her graduate studies, she did some researches about the effects of environmental hormones on the reproductive functions, the transgenic cloning in bovine, and the stem cells in mammary gland. Presently, Changge focuses on the effects of Notch signaling pathway on the cell fates in mammary gland.

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