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About Dr. Rahman

Dr. Rahman is an academic researcher working at Professor Thorlacius's group at Department of Clinical Science, Lund University. Dr. Thorlacius’s research group is mainly focusing on leukocyte-mediated tissue injury in inflammatory disease while Dr. Rahman's research is focusing on transnational genomics in pancreatitis and sepsis. During his short tenure at Stanford University (Eugene Butcher lab), he revealed that capillary endothelium gives rise to high endothelium venule (HEV) through transitional phenotype cell 'transit amplifying' intermediate cells, and he characterized these cells and their role in the dramatic expansion of HEV during the immune responses. The main project and other Stanford collaborative works are in the pipeline of publication. In 2017, he returned from USA with a distinctive set of expertise, including endothelial biology, functional genomics. He had opened-up a new and independent research focusing translational genomics within the existing group. His long-term goal is to establish an innovative translational genomics program to pursue research in broad and interrelated areas: (1) to investigate epigenetic effects on transcriptome regulation in disease contexts, (2) to understand the role of microRNA in pancreatitis and sepsis. Dr. Rahman is now co-supervising three PhD students. 1) Dler Rahman, M.D., in pancreatitis project 2) Zhiyi Ding, M.D., in pancreatitis project 3) Avin Hawez, in sepsis project

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