Shian-Huey Chiang, PhD(蔣先慧博士)

Principal Scientist/Research Project Leader
Center For Therapeutic Innovation (CTI)-Boston





Dr. Shian-Huey Chang received her bachelor degree from Department of Agriculture Chemistry, National Taiwan University and a master degree in Biochemistry from National Yang-Ming University. Dr. Chiang 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. Dr. Chiang 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. Dr. Chiang 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.