Anh Cao, M.Sc., Ph.D Candidate
Ph.D Candidate in Immunology
Immune Cells, Innate Immune Cells
Work Experience: Anh Cao is a Ph.D. candidate in immunology at Harvard University. He obtained his M.Sc. Degree in immunology at University of Toronto. For the last 8 years, his research has focused on a wide range of immune cells, including B cells, T cells, and innate immune cells. His publications have been featured in high-profile journals such as Cell and Nature which have been cited over 200 times.
Inflammation serves as the earliest sign linked to almost every disease. Understanding of the balance between pro-inflammatory and anti-inflammatory signals is crucial for comprehending and developing effective treatments for modern diseases. In a broader view, the human body is not merely a collection of cells but a highly organized entity, where every part is interconnected and constantly interacting with the external environment. Therefore, effective treatments should not only address the visible manifestations of diseases but also aim to restore the balance between the body's internal components and also between the body and the external environment
Is Burnt Food Bad for You and Does It Cause Cancer?
Is eating burnt food bad for you? Facts you should know Is it bad to eat burnt food? This question has been a subject of concern for many people who enjoy grilled, roasted, or fried foods. The charred and crispy texture of burnt foods can appeal to some. But, it also raises some health-related questions. […]
Does Stress Cause Heart Attacks? What Research Shows?
Can stress cause heart problems? The underlying connections In ancient times, the heart was considered the source of emotions, including stress. However, in the 17th century, they discovered that feelings stem from the brain. That’s when people realized that the heart was just a metaphor (1). Our ancestors had a point when they believed emotions […]
Cancer Cells vs Normal Cells: How Fast Cancer Grows and Spreads?
What are cancer cells? Cancer is a group of hundreds of diseases that can start anywhere in our body (1). Cancer remains the second leading cause of death in the US and the leading cause of death worldwide despite all the advancements. Worldwide, almost 10 million deaths in 2020 were caused by cancer (2, 3). […]