Changqing Xie, M.D., Ph.D.

Assistant Clinical Investigator

Thoracic and GI Malignancies Branch

NCI/CCR

Building 10, Room 3B43
Bethesda, Maryland 20892

301-646-8337

changqing.xie@nih.gov

Research Topics

My overall goal is to explore the role of cancer stem cells in the development of treatment resistance to immunotherapy in cholangiocarcinoma with the following steps: 1) To investigate the path of cancer stem cells during cholangiocarcinoma; 2) To study the interaction between cancer stem cells and neighboring immune cells during cholangiocarcinoma pathogenesis; and 3) To identify the potential target agents to control cancer stem cells in cholangiocarcinoma.

Biography

I received my M.D. and Ph.D from the Xiangya School of Medicine of Central South University. I completed my postdoctoral training at Morehouse School Medicine and at the University of Michigan before being promoted as junior faculty at the University of Michigan. Before I started internal medicine residency training at East Carolina University, I worked as an Assistant Research Professor at the University of Virginia. I completed hematology oncology training through the NHLBI/NCI Hematology Oncology Fellowship program and joined the Thoracic and Gastrointestinal (GI) Malignancies Branch as an Assistant Clinical Investigator in 2019.


This page was last updated on July 18th, 2019