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Fatah Kashanchi

Fatah Kashanchi
Fatah Kashanchi
Department of Microbiology
George Mason University
George Mason University


Fatah Kashanchi, Professor; PhD., Kansas, 1991. Dr. Kashanchi obtained his PhD. from the University of Kansas with Dr. Charles Wood who was instrumental in the development of the Abbot HIV-1 gp120 ELISA assay in 1986 and was trained under supervision of Dr. Susumu Tonegawa (Nobel Laurate for Medicine, 1987) at MIT. Dr. Kashanchi further trained in Dr. John Brady’s lab at NIH/NCI from 1991-1998 and published more than 30 papers during his postdoc and senior investigator tenure.  His research interests include both Genomics and Proteomics of HIV-1 and HTLV-1 infected cells. Research in Kashanchi lab has been funded by various internal and external sources including GW-REF, Selective Excellence, Keck, Snyder, Sinsheimer, Cyclacel, DOD, and more than 6 NIH grants, where he is the Principal investigator.  In total, he has obtained $8.9 M independent funding since his departure from NIH in 1998. He has 92 peer-reviewed publications in scientific journals, 7 book chapters, is an NIH study section member (5 independent study sections), as well as reviewer for 12 different journals and an editor for Retrovirology (2005) and JBC (Dec 2006). Dr. Kashanchi has trained and supported 14 postdocs, 9 Ph.D. students, 19 MS, and 5 Research Assistant Professors since 1999. Finally, he is the co-Director of the Keck Institute of Proteomics and director of the MS program in Genomics, Proteomics and Bioinformatics at the George Washington University Medical School

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Genomics and Proteomics of HIV-1 and HTLV-1 infected cells



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