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Zuen Ren, Ph.D., M.D.

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2022
AACR Scholar in Training Award
2016 - 2020
Predoctoral Fellowship (equivalent to F31)
2020
Positively Helpful Deserving Award
2018
Outstanding Poster Presentation Award
2017
First place: Einstein's Inaugural Hackathon 2017
2015
National Scholarship Award

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  1. Ren Z, Liang H, Galbo PM Jr, Dharmaratne M, Kulkarni AS, Fard AT, Aoun ML, Martinez-Lopez N, Suyama K, Benard O, Zheng W, Liu Y, Albanese J, Zheng D, Mar JC, Singh R, Prystowsky MB, Norton L, Hazan RB. Redox signaling by glutathione peroxidase 2 links vascular modulation to metabolic plasticity of breast cancer. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A. 2022; 119(8):e2107266119. View Publication.
  2. Zuen, R. REDOX SIGNALING BY GPx2 DYSREGULATION LINKS VASCULAR MODULATION TO METABOLIC PLASTICITY AND EMT IN BREAST CANCER METASTASIS. 2021. View Publication.
  3. Ren Z, Dharmaratne M, Kulkarni AS, Fard AT, Mar JC, Galbo PM, Liu Y, Zheng D, Liang H, Benard O, Suyama K, Prystowsky MB, Norton L, Hazan RB. Redox regulation of tumor cell heterogeneity in the PyMT mammary tumor model revealed by single cell RNA sequencing [abstract]. Cancer Research. 2020; 80((16 Suppl)):4426-4426. View Publication.
  4. Ren Z, Liang H, Benard O, Suyama K, Albanese JM, Norton L, Zheng W, and Hazan RB. Gluthathione peroxidase 2 downregulation in the PyMT mammary tumor model leads to an aggressive phenotype due to stimulation of angiogenesis and tumor stemness via HIF1 alpha signaling [abstract]. Cancer Research. 2019; 79(13 Suppl):1993-1993. View Publication.
  5. Benard O, Qian, X, Liang H, Ren Z, Suyama K, Norton L, Hazan RB. p21CIP1 promotes mammary cancer initiating cells via activation of Wnt/TCF1/CyclinD1 signaling. Molecular Cancer Research. 2019; 17(7):1571-1581. View Publication.
  6. Liu Y, Ren Z, Wang J, Zhang S. Epidermal growth factor receptor-tyrosine kinase inhibitor therapy is especially beneficial to patients with exon 19 deletion compared with exon 21 L858R mutation in non-small-cell lung cancer: Systematic review and meta analysis. Thoracic Cancer. 2016; 7(4):406-414. View Publication.
  7. Ren Z, Zhang W, Li H, Xu S. Clinical significance of dissection of pulmonary ligament for the video assisted thoracic surgery with bullectomy for spontaneous pneumothorax. Chinese Journal of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgery. 2015; 31(10):609-611. View Publication.
  8. Ren Z, Zhou S, Liu Z, Xu S. Randomized Controlled Trials of Induction Treatment and Surgery versus Combined Chemotherapy and Radiotherapy in Stages IIIA-N2 NSCLC: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis. Journal of Thoracic Disease. 2015; 7(8):1414-1422. View Publication.
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