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Department of Internal Medicine

Quillen College of Medicine

Shunbin Ning, PhD | Infectious, Inflammatory and Immunologic Disease

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Shunbin Ning, PhD | Assistant Professor
VA Building 3, Box 70622





Graduate: Wuhan University, China, PhD, Cell Biology, Genetics 2001; BS, 1996, Cell Biology
Postdoc: UNC at Chapel Hill, 2002-2006, Tumor Virology & Immunology
Research Associate: UNC at Chapel Hill, 2007-2008, Tumor Virology & Immunology

Brief Bio

Shunbin Ning, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Medicine, completed postdoctoral training at the University of North Carolina in Chapel Hill. Prior to joining the faculty, he was an assistant professor at the University of Miami, where he was active in the Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center.

A native of China, Dr. Ning, now a U.S. citizen, received his undergraduate degree and Ph.D. in cell biology and genetics from Wuhan University, one of Chinas most renowned institutes for academic research. His research focuses on viral pathogenesis, in particular mechanisms of malignant transformation drive by viral infection.

Dr. Ning serves on the editorial board of the World Journal of Virology, Journal of Oncobiomarkers, Journal of Antimicrobial Drug Design and Therapy and Autoimmune Diseased & Therapeutic Approaches. He brings with him an extensive background in published research, grants and publications.

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