AB/AM Harvard University (Jack Szostak)MD/PhD UT Southwestern Medical Center (Zhijian James Chen)Residency/ Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center (Craig Thompson)postdoc
Xin received his BA in Chemistry and Physics and MA in Chemistry from Harvard, followed by his MD/PhD from UT Southwestern where his work elucidated mechanisms of innate immune and inflammasome signaling. He then completed his Radiation Oncology residency at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, where he also completed a postdoc studying cancer metabolism. For his research, he has been awarded the HHMI Predoctoral Fellowship, ABR Holman Research Pathway Fellow, and the NIH K99/R00 Pathway to Independence Award. Xin returned to UTSW as faculty in 2023. In addition to running a lab that studies metabolic signaling, he also sees patients as part of the central nervous system (CNS) disease-oriented team in the Radiation Oncology clinic.
B.S. Southern Methodist University
Gurveer earned her B.S. in Environmental Engineering with a Minor in Math from Southern Methodist University in 2019. After working in civil engineering consulting for 3.5 years, she decided to pursue a career change in a more healthcare focused field. Outside of working and studying, she enjoys going to yoga classes, reading different books, going to concerts (she’s a big Taylor Swift and Harry Styles fan), and spending time with her friends and family.