Lab Contact Info

LAB:  909 S Wolcott

        5080 COMRB

PH #:  (312) 355-5935

FAX:  (312) 996-1225

Cho Lab

Current Lab Members

Ming Lei, MD

Visiting Instructor

Mechanisms regulating activity of NADPH oxidases.

Jing Li, PhD

Visiting Instructor

Role of protein kinases in the platelet-neutropil aggregation during

thrombo-inflammatory disease.

Si-Yeon Jeong, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow

Role of transcriptional regulators in thrombosis.

Kyungho Kim, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow

Role of ER proteins in thrombosis.

Alan Tseng

MD, PhD Student


Role of TNR-alpha signaling in mediating neutrophil recruitment during inflammation.

Research Interests

Vascular Biology

Mechanisms of Thrombosis and Platelet Signaling

Stem Cell Biology & Regenerative Medicine

Past Trainees

Andrew Barazia, PhD

Predoctoral Student

8/11 - 4/13

Current Position:  Applications Scientist at Intelligent Imaging Innovations

Eunsil Hahm, PhD

Postdoctoral Fellow

12/09 - 2/13

Current Position:  Assistant Professor, Rush Medical School

Shruti Bhise, MS

MS Student

11/12 - 6/13

Current Position:  Technician, Puget Sound Blood Center



Myeloid PDI CKO

Neutrophil recruitment into the TNF-alpha-inflamed endothelium in WT and myeloid-specific PDI null mice.


Platelet PDI CKO

Platelet thrombus formation and fibrin generation at the site of laser-induced arteriolar injury in WT and platlet-specific PDI null mice.

Blood Platelets


Incorporation of human blood platelets or iPSC-derived platelets into the developing mouse platelet thrombus at the site of laser-induced arteriolar injury in NOD/SCID mice.