Meng-Fu Bryan Tsou, PhD （鄒孟甫博士）
Cell Biology Program
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Bryan Tsou received both of his BS (Biology) and MS (Genetics) in Taiwan, in Tunghai University and Yang-Ming University respectively. He then obtained his PhD from the University of California at Davis, working with Dr. Lesilee Rose on cell polarity and spindle orientation in C. elegans embryos. For postdoctoral training, he moved to Stanford and worked with Dr. Tim Stearns on human centrosome biology. Dr. Tsou is a research scholar of the American Cancer Society and currently an associate member/professor at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Weill Cornell Medical School. His lab aims to obtain a comprehensive understanding of the biogenesis, maintenance and function of the vertebrate centriole/centrosome/cilia, a set of complex organelles whose dysfunction is prevalent in a wide range of diseases collectively called ciliopathy.