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Email: shhuang@hsc.usc.edu

Phone: 323-361-4160

Expertise:

Pediatric Medicine

Molecular Biology

Biotechniques

Cellular Microbiology

Clinical Infectious Disease

Drug Discovery Today

Drug Design 

Pathogenesis

Nucleic Acid Research

Cybernetics & Informatics

Infectious Diseases

Dr. Sheng He Huang graduated with a major in molecular biology and medicine from Peking Union Medical College PUMC/Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences CAMS in 1981. He received his postdoctoral training in Childrens Hospital Los Angeles from 1986-1991. Currently he is an Associate Professor at the Department of Pediatrics University of Southern California. In 2002 Dr. Huang has coined the concept of infectomics which is the holistic and integrative study of the interplay between microbial pathogens and their hosts and the application of system biology and omic approaches in the field of infectious diseases. Dr Huang was a session organizer for infectomics in FBIT2007 Frontiers in the Convergence of Bioscience and Information Technologies and WMSCI2007 World MultiConference on Systemics Cybernetics and Informatics. He has been an Editorial Board Member of AntiInfective Agents in Medicinal Chemistry AIAMC since 2007. He has been a reviewer for more than 10 reputed journals.

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Job Title
Associate Professor
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Keck School of Medicine University of Southern California
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Dr. Sheng-He Huang currently is Associate Professor at the Division of Infectious Diseases/department of Pediatrics, University of Southern California Children’s Hospital Los Angeles. He graduated from The First Medical University of PLA in China in 1973 and then from Peking Union Medical College (PUMC)/Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences (CAMS) in 1981. He received his postdoctoral training in molecular pharmacology and microbial pathogenesis at the department of pediatrics University of Southern California in 1986-1991. His research focus is in theoretical and applied issues of microbial infections. In 2002 Dr. Huang has coined the concept of infectomics, which is the holistic and integrative study of the interplay between microbial pathogens and their hosts, and the application of system biology and omic approaches in the field of infectious diseases. Dr. Huang recently proposed a new theory that microbial infection is a two-way paradigm not one-way road (J. Biomed. Biotechnol., 2008:856314, 2011:926407; Anti-Infective Agents, Vol.11, No.2., 2013). The most fundamental issue in infectomics is the relationship between Sym and Pat (two-way paradigm) in microbial infection. Dissecting of the dynamic Sym-Pat duality is essential for understanding of microbial infection using system biology and omic approaches. More recently, Dr. Huang has devoted himself to the research on single cell infectomics of various pathogenic insults-caused blood-brain barrier disorders by integration of single cell profiling technologies and infectomic approaches.

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