Xiaofeng Lin, PhD
Assistant Professor of Dermatology
Boston University School of Medicine, Dept of Dermatology
609 Albany Street, J-608, Boston, MA 02118
- Weifang Medical College, Weifang, Shandong Province, PR China – MD, Clinical Medicine (1998)
- University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI – PhD, Biochemistry (2005)
- University of Rhode Island, Kingston, RI – Postdoctoral Fellow (2005-2008)
- Roger Williams Medical Center, Providence, RI – Postdoctoral Fellow (2008-2010)
Clinical Specialties and Research Interests
- Stem Cells and Wound Healing
- Falanga, V., Carson, P., Fiore, D., Lin, X., Yufit, T. Wound healing mouse model without contraction to study epidermal migration and mechanisms of action. Journal of Investigative Dermatology, Volume 133, Supplement 1, No.1506, May 2013.
- Luo, S., Yufit, T., Carson, P., Fiore, D., Falanga, J., Lin, X., Mamakos, L., and Falanga, V. Differential keratin expression during epiboly in a wound model of bioengineered skin and in human chronic wounds. (2011) Int. J. Low. Extrem. Wound. 10(3), 122-9.
- Iwamoto, S., Lin, X., Iwamoto, A., Yufit, T., Carson, P., Fiore, D., Korbrin, K., Morgan, J., Zak, I., Hammerman, S., Greer, D., and Falanga, V. GCSF-induced mobilization of bone marrow stem cells accelerates healing of experimental mouse wounds. Wound Repair and Regeneration. Volume 19, Issue 2, MS1.06, March-April 2011.
- Lin, X., Fiore, D., Lu, M., Yufit, T., Kwak, T., Carson, P., and Falanga, V. An in vitro priming strategy activates an established tissue engineering construct and leads to greater efficacy and a dramatic burst in levels of genes associated with epidermal growth and migration. Wound Repair and Regeneration. Volume 19, Issue 2, BRG.03, March-April 2011.