Dr. Anren Song
I got my PhD in Biochemistry at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center at Shreveport. I joined Yang’s lab in 2012 and have been working as an instructor and post-doctoral fellow since then. My research interests are focused on 1) the function of erythrocyte ENT1 in the regulation of plasma adenosine during hypoxic settings, such as human high altitude activities and 2) the regulation of protein ubiquitin/proteasome degradation and its contribution to red blood cell normal physiology and Sickle Cell Disease pathology. I enjoy working in this lab, not only the fascinating research work, but also the home-like working environment. Enjoy science and enjoy life. Personal interests: cooking, music, photography and woodcraft. Add a subtitle here.