Ruangang Pan

Ruangang Pan

Assistant Research Scientist
Ruangang Pan

Lab: Stanley Perlman, MD, PhD

Year enter into Program: 2017

Undergraduate Institution and Ph.D. Institution: College of Life Sciences, Wuhan University, China, 


My research is focus on the long-term effect of the coronavirus infection to the host. We study the cells of host survived from coronavirus infection , and how the viral infection affect the prior infected cell function even after the virus is cleared.


Li, S., Zhu, M., Pan, R., et al. (2016). The tumor suppressor PTEN has a critical role in antiviral innate immunity. Nature immunology 17, 241-249

Wang, Y., Sun, Y., Wu, A., Xu, S., Pan, R., et al. (2015). Coronavirus nsp10/nsp16 Methyltransferase Can Be Targeted by nsp10-Derived Peptide In Vitro and In Vivo To Reduce Replication and Pathogenesis. Journal of virology 89, 8416-8427

Jinying Tan#, Ruangang Pan#, et al (2012). Modeling and Dynamical Analysis of Virus-Triggered innate Immune Signaling Pathways.  Plos One e48114. (#These authors contributed equally to this work)

Mengcheng Luo, Xiao Qu, Ruangang Pan, et al. (2011) The virus-induced signaling adaptor molecule enhances DNA-raised immune protection against H5N1 influenza virus infection in mice. Vaccine 29 2561-2567