Medical College of Wisconsin/Versiti Blood Research Institute
Hepatocyte tPA: From liver to blood and beyond
June 16, 2020
Ze received her MBBS in clinical medicine from Jiamusi University in China and her PhD in liver metabolism and circadian rhythm from Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan. She has served on the American Society of Hematology Trainee Council and Task Force on PhD Careers. She completed her postdoc research in fibrinolysis and obesity-associated thrombosis at Columbia University Medical Center in New York, and recently joined the Medical College of Wisconsin and Versiti Blood Research Institute as an Assistant Professor. Ze will continue studying the role of hepatocyte-derived tPA in hemostasis, lipoprotein metabolism, and bleeding and clotting in liver diseases.
fibrinolysis, obesity-associated thrombosis, liver metabolism, lipoproteins, circadian rhythm
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