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Tiên Phan-Everson, Ph.D.

Scientist II

Bio:

Tiên Phan-Everson joined the Allen Institute for Immunology as a Scientist II in March 2024. Prior to joining, she was working in R&D at NanoString Technologies, developing a de novo spatial protein profiling platform called CosMx. Tiên obtained her PhD in Stem Cell Biology from the Rockefeller University. Her PhD thesis focused on BMP4/NOGGIN signaling mechanisms in an early human embryo model. She did her undergraduate work in Cell & Molecular Biology at Orange Coast Community College and UCLA. Tiên is a developmental biologist by training and an experimentalist at heart.

Research Focus:

At the Allen Institute, Tiên is eager to continue paving the path for the burgeoning field of spatial biology. She will be leading the development of cutting-edge spatial biology technologies to unlock new insights into immunology. Tiên hopes to create new techniques and tools that will enable a deeper delve into the spatial organization and interaction of immune cells within tissues, unraveling the complexities of immune responses in health and disease.
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