Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania

Susztak Lab

Lab Members

JIHWAN PARK PhD

JIHWAN PARK PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
 jihwanp@mail.med.upenn.edu
 215-898-2008

Research Objectives: Epigenome atlas of the normal and disease human kidney. Computational integration of genetic, genomic and epigenetic studies. 


SHIZHENG HUANG PhD

SHIZHENG HUANG PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
 shizheng@mail.med.upenn.edu
 215-898-2008

Research Objectives: Role of Notch signaling in chronic kidney disease. Nuclear receptor and metabolic reprogramming in kidney disease.


YUTING GUAN PhD

YUTING GUAN PhD
Postdoctoral fellow
 yutingguan1208@yahoo.com
 215-898-2008

Research objective: Gene editing (CRISPR CAS9) models for human kidney disease.


DOROTTYA LACZKO MD, PhD

DOROTTYA LACZKO MD, PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
 dlaczko@mail.med.upenn.edu
 215-898-2008

Research objective: Understanding the mechanism of APOL1 associated kidney disease development.


XIN SHENG PhD

XIN SHENG PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
 Xin.Sheng@pennmedicine.upenn.edu
 215-898-2008

Research objective: Integration of multi-omics data to understand gene regulation mechanisms of chronic kidney disease.


ARCHANA RAMAN PhD

ARCHANA RAMAN PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
 Archana.Raman@pennmedicine.upenn.edu
 215-898-2008

Research objective: Role of microRNAs in chronic kidney disease (CKD) progression. Role of lysosomal biogenesis in CKD.


KIWUNG CHUNG PhD

KIWUNG CHUNG PhD
Postdoctoral Fellow
 Kiwung.Chung@pennmedicine.upenn.edu
 215-898-2008

Research objective: Finding extracellualr matrix producing cells using single cell analysis. Role of mitochondrial integrity on renal disease.


CHENGXIANG QIU MS

CHENGXIANG QIU MS
Programmer
 chengxq@mail.med.upenn.edu
 215-898-2008

Research Objectives: Functionalization of GWAS variants using eQTL, ASE and epigenome datasets. Computational integration of genetic, genomic and epigenetic studies. 


ROJESH SHRESTHA BS

ROJESH SHRESTHA BS
Research Specialist
 rshrestha2@stevenson.edu
 215-898-2008

Research Objectives: Human kidney tissue banking. Single Cell Sequencing.


MATTHEW SEASOCK BS

MATTHEW SEASOCK BS
Research Specialist
 mseasock@mail.med.upenn.edu
 215-898-2008

Research Objectives: Human kidney tissue banking. RNA sequencing, genotyping and epigenome analysis of the human kidney.