Erbin DaiErbin Dai
Role: Instructor

M.D. Harbin Medical University

Email: edai@bidmc.harvard.edu

I earned my MD from the Harbin Medical University in Harbin, China, in 1980. I moved to the Chaikof Lab from Emory University, where I was a microsurgical instructor for the Emory Transplant Center, Department of surgery. My research has focused on the development of animal models to test the efficacy of novel anti-inflammatory agents to treat and prevent vascular and transplant disease development. I have had significant teaching experience in training medical residents in a microsurgery course.

Publications related to my research interests:

  1. Erbin Dai, Liying Liu, Hao Wang, Dana McIvor, Yun ming Sun, Colin Macaulay, Elaine King, Ganesh Munuswamy-Ramanujam, Mee Yong Bartee, Jennifer Williams, Jennifer Davids, Israel Charo, Grant McFadden, Jeffrey D. Esko, Alexandra R. Lucas: Inhibition of Chemokine-Glycosaminoglycan Interactions in Donor Tissue Reduces Mouse Allograft Vasculopathy and Transplant Rejection. PLoS One. 2010 5(5): e10510
  2. Erbin Dai, Kasinath Viswanathan, Yun Ming Sun, Xing Li, Li Ying Liu, Babajide Togonu-Bickersteth, Jakob Richardson, Colin Macaulay, Piers Nash, Peter Turner, Steven H Nazarian, Richard Moyer, Grant McFadden, Alexandra R Lucas. Identification of myxomaviral serpin reactive site loop sequences that regulate innate immune responses. The Journal of biological chemistry. 04/2006; 281(12):8041-50.
  3. Erbin Dai, Haiyan Guan, Liying Liu, Stephen Little, Grant McFadden, Sepideh Vaziri, Henian Cao, Iordanka A Ivanova, Leila Bocksch, Alexandra Lucas. Serp-1, a viral anti-inflammatory serpin, regulates cellular serine proteinase and serpin responses to vascular injury. The Journal of biological chemistry. 06/2003; 278(20):18563-72.