Ancha Baranova

Professor, George Mason University
Dr. Ancha Baranova is a Professor in the School of Systems Biology and Co-Director for the Chronic Metabolic and Rare Diseases Systems Biology Initiative (ChroMe RaDSBIn) in George Mason University. Dr. Baranova’s lab focuses on the study of pathogenetic pathways contributing to human diseases, particularly, cancers, metabolic syndrome and obesity. Her research has received funding from the NIH, the Susan G. Komen Foundation and private industry. She has reviewed grants for the NSF and other international agencies, and published numerous manuscripts in various academic journals. Dr. Baranova holds a Ph.D. in Virology/Molecular Biology from Moscow State University, and a D.Sci in Genetics from Vavilov Institute of General Genetics, Russian Academy of Science, Moscow


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