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839 Health Sciences Rd, Sprague Hall
Irvine, CA 92697
USA

949-924-4144

The Angela Fleischman lab at UC Irvine is dedicated to understanding the pathogenesis of myeloproliferative neoplasms  (MPN or MPD) which includes polycythemia vera, essential thrombocythemia, myelofibrosis). Our focus is on the role of inflammation in MPN.

Undergraduates

Tiffany Han

Tiffany is also one of our newest undergraduates who joined us in Spring 2018 and is currently sophomore at UC Irvine majoring in biological sciences. She is learning how to be a researcher by learning new techniques and skills.


Tiffany Trieu

Tiffany is one of our newest undergraduates joining us in Spring 2018 and is currently a freshman at UC Irvine majoring in biomedical engineering. Currently she is learning new techniques and skills under Betty.


Ella Chang

Ella joined us in Summer 2017 and is currently a sophomore at UC Irvine. She is currently assisting Betty in discovering the role of inflammatory cytokines such as TNF-alpha in humans.


Summer Hoang

Summer joined us in Spring 2017 and is currently a sophomore at UC Irvine. She is currently helping Bri in elucidating the role of inflammation in mice.


Harleen Mehrok

Harleen joined the lab in Winter 2017 and is currently a junior at UC Irvine. She has been working with Daniel in revealing the interactions between mutated calreticulin and the thrombopoietin receptor in Ba/F3 cells.


Jenny Nguyen

Jenny joined the lab in beginning of 2016 and is currently a senior at UC Irvine. She has been working both independently on her own project discovering combination therapies that would target Jak2VF cells as well as assisting Bri with mice duties. Jenny's research has been awarded the UCI Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) grant as well as the Excellence in Research Award.


Hellen Nguyen

Hellen joined our lab in Fall 2016 and is currently a senior at UC Irvine. She is currently pursuing her own research project in discovering the effects of certain drugs on Jak2VF cells. Hellen has been awarded the UCI Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program (UROP) grant as well as the Excellence in Research Award.