Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice in Biology
Ching-jung Huang is a Visiting Assistant Professor of Practice in Biology at NYU Shanghai. Huang obtained his PhD at the University of Texas at Austin. He studies cell cycle, cell death, and circadian rhythm. He employs a number of biochemical and molecular approaches. His interests include key proteins and their regulation in cell cycle and circadian rhythm.
Huang CJ, Lyu X, Kang J. The molecular characteristics and functional roles of microspherule protein 1 (MCRS1) in gene expression, cell proliferation, and organismic development. Cell Cycle. 22: 619-632 (2023).
Yang H, Zhang F, Huang CJ, Liao J, Han Y, Hao P, Chu Y, Lu X, Li W, Yu H, Kang J. Mps1 regulates spindle morphology through MCRS1 to promote chromosome alignment. Mol Biol Cell. 30: 1060-1068 (2019).
Huang CJ, Das U, Xie W, Ducasse M, Tucker HO. Altered stoichiometry and nuclear delocalization of NonO and PSF promote cellular senescence. Aging. 8: 3356-3374 (2016).