- Associate Professor, Department of Integrative Medical Sciences
- Dyad leader for the Flora, Pathogens and Defense (FPD)
Dr. Feng Dong is an Associate Professor of the Department of Integrative Medical Sciences at Northeast Ohio Medical University. Dr. Dong studied medicine at Tongji Medical University and Peking Union Medical College and did his residency at the China-Japan Friendship Hospital in Beijing. He received his Ph.D. at the University of Wyoming and was trained as a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Cleveland Clinic. Dr. Dong has a broad background in Medicine, Physiology, Immunology, and Stem Cell Biology with specific training and expertise in diabetes-associated cardiovascular dysfunction.
Area of Expertise/Research Interests
Dr. Dong’s work focuses on Diabetes and obesity-associated cardiovascular diseases, stem cell-based gene delivery, and cell therapy after ischemic injury.
- Ph. D, University of Wyoming, WY, 2006
- M.S, Peking Union Medical College, China. 1999
- M.D, Tongji Medical College, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China. 1993
- Flora, Pathogens and Defense (Microbiology and Immunology) (M1 Medical Students)
- GI-Reproduction-Endocrine (GRE) (M1 Medical Students)
- Clinical Epilogue and Capstone (M4 Medical Students)
- Health Systems and Community courses EBM sessions (M1 Medical Students)
- Stem Cell Biology and Tissue Regeneration – BMS 71095 (Graduate Students)
- Microcirculation – BMS 70295-002 (Graduate Students)
- Molecular Pharmacology – BMS 70502 (Graduate Students)