Chenxu "Vincent" Guo

Title: 
Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Company: 
Harvard Medical School/Massachusetts General Hospital (HMS/MGH)
Education: 

B.A. Quantitative Economics (Magna Cum Laude); B.S. Chemistry (Cum Laude) Concentration in Biochemistry; Minor in Biological Sciences- University of California, Irvine (2017)

Ph.D. Biological Chemistry - Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSOM; 2023)

Career Path: 

I was an economics major when I first started my undergrad at UCI and later switched to a quantitative economics major. It was not until my third year when I decided to double major in chemistry, and I went straight to JHUSOM for my PhD studies in biological chemistry. During my PhD, I was selected as a Johns Hopkins-AstraZeneca scholar and spent half of my time doing research in an industry setting at AstraZeneca. Currently, I am a postdoctoral research fellow at the Cancer Research Cancer of HMS/MGH. 

Career Experience: 
2 summer research internships at Harvard Medical School (2014, 2015), 1 year as undergraduate researcher at UCI Chemistry Department, 1 year as research assistant at UCI Economics Department, 1 year as peer tutor at UCI Economics Learning Center
1 quarter as learning assistant for molecular biology (BIO 99) at UCI LARC
Affiliations: 
Phi Beta Kappa Honor Society, Phi Lambda Upsilon Honor Society, Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society, Golden Key Honor Society, American Red Cross
Personal Interests: 
I love all kinds of sports, especially basketball. I also enjoy playing chess, travelling, reading and watching movies.
Type of Students: 
Students who are interested in applying for graduate school or switching fields of studies.
Number of Students I can Mentor: 
1
Joined Date: 
6 years 9 months ago
Ideal Mentoring Relationship: 
Remote correspondence via email or any social media.
Remote Mentor: 
YES