Epigenetic mechanisms in human diseases：(1) Psoriasis, (2) Atopic dermatitis and other inflammatory skin diseases (3) Kidney diseases.
Associate Professor in Shanghai Skin Disease Hospital of Tongji University
Associate Professor in Tongji University Institute for Advanced Study
Young Principal Investigator of Institute of Psoriasis, Tongji University School of Medicine
Committee member of the Skin Immunology Branch of Shanghai Society for Immunology
毕业于美国奥古斯塔娜大学佐治亚医学院并获得博士学位，长期致力于表观遗传机制在疾病中的作用及机制研究，特别是炎症性皮肤疾病及肾脏疾病。近5年，发表相关SCI论文10余篇，其中，最高影响因子41.44。主持2项国家自然科学基金，作为项目高级研究人员参与1项上海市优秀学术带头人计划。曾多次获得美国肾脏病学会和国际皮肤病学研究学会的travel awards，获得奥古斯塔大学佐治亚医学院Excellent in Research。
Dr. Guo obtained her doctoral degree from Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University in the United States. Her research focuses on the mechanisms of epigenetics in diseases, specifically in inflammatory skin diseases and kidney diseases. In the past five years, she has published over 10 related SCI papers, with the highest impact factor being 41.44. She has received two grants from the National Natural Science Foundation of China and served as a senior researcher in a project under the Shanghai Excellent Academic Leaders Program. She has also received several travel awards from the American Society of Nephrology and the International Societies for Investigative Dermatology. Furthermore, she has been recognized for excellence in research by Medical College of Georgia, Augusta University.