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Pao-Sheng Chang

DPhil MRes BSc

Postdoctoral Researcher


BSc Life Science, National Tsing Hua University
MRes Translational Neurology, UCL
DPhil Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford

Self Intro

Pao-Sheng is an experienced biomedical scientist with practical expertise in neuroscience and immunology. He has received solid DPhil and postdoctoral training at Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences, University of Oxford.

During his DPhil period, he developed high-throughput multiplex live cell-based assays to detect tumor-associated autoantibodies in the sera from patients diagnosed with autoimmune-mediated neurological diseases. Since then, he fell in love with clinical neurosciences, immunology and flow cytometers. 

His postdoctoral research is to investigate the neuroimmunological signatures and interactions in human peripheral nerve injury and a humanised in vitro microfluidic neuronal injury model. Meanwhile, he has optimised the sorting protocol to enrich CD45+/- cells from fresh human nerves before running single-cell RNA sequencing with our collaborators at Kennedy Institute and King's College London.