Paul C. Kuo
Paul C. Kuo obtained his M.D. degree from School of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University, in 1985. Then he spent his residency in surgery at Brigham and Women's Hospital in 1991. His research interests include (1) redox regulation of inducible nitric oxide synthase gene transcription; (2) osteopontin-mediated regulation of iNOS expression. He is the Chief of the General Surgery and the Vice Chairman for Research at the Duke University Medical Center. He performs kidney transplant, hepatobiliary, and advanced laparoscopic surgeries. Dr. Kuo oversees an NIH-funded research lab that focuses on hepatocyte nitric oxide transctiptional regulation and the role of osteopontin in tumor metastasis.
Biography Updated on 13 November 2008