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ISSN: 2167-7182

Journal of Gerontology & Geriatric Research
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Editor-in-Chief

Sean Xiao Leng
Editor-in-Chief
Sean Xiao Leng, MD, PhD
Associate Professor
Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology
Department of Medicine
Johns Hopkins University
USA
Biography

Dr. Sean Leng is a board certified geriatrician and Associate Professor of Medicine in the Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He also obtained a Ph.D. in molecular virology and immunology at Texas A&M University Health Science Center, after which he completed a research fellowship in cytokinology and immunology at Yale University School of Medicine. In addition to clinical care provided for older patients, Dr. Leng conducts translational aging research in his laboratory focusing on age-related immunosenescence and its potential causes and consequences, including inflammation and immune remodulation in the geriatric syndrome of frailty, influenza immunization, chronic CMV infection, and HIV and aging. He has also developed major international collaborative initiatives with China in geriatrics and gerontology.

Research Interest

Inflammation and immune remodulation in the geriatric syndrome of frailty
Influenza immunization in frail elderly
Chronic cytomegalovirus infection in older adults: its diagnosis and impact on immunity and health
Development of animal models for immune studies of frailty
HIV and aging

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