Shian-Huey Chiang, PhD (蔣先慧博士)

Principal Scientist/Research Project Leader, Center for Therapeutic Innovation (CTI)-Boston, Pfizer







Shian-Huey received her bachelor degree from Department of Agriculture Chemistry, National Taiwan University and a master degree in Biochemistry from National Yang-Ming University. Shian-Huey received a PhD degree in Cellular and Molecular Biology Program under the supervision of Dr. Alan Saltiel at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, studying insulin signaling pathway. Shian-Huey stayed in Michigan for post-doc and research faculty positions working on obesity and metabolic diseases with mouse model. During her tenure at the University of Michigan, she published numerous first-author papers in Nature, Cell and Nature Medicine. Shian-Huey spent 4 years in GlaxoSmithKline in North Carolina. Currently, she is a research project leader at CTI, Pfizer in Boston. CTI collaborates with academic labs on drug discovery projects.