Jun Lin, MD PhD - Research

CANCER RECURRENCE &
METASTASIS FOLLOWING
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Cancer Recurrence and Metastasis following Surgery and Anesthesia
Jun Lin, MD, PhD is Professor of Anesthesiology. Dr. Lin joined our faculty in 2013 after having been Associate Professor and Director of Obstetric Anesthesiology at SUNY-Downstate Medical Center. While at Downstate, he started to investigate the effects of anesthetics on the proliferation of cancer cells. He subsequently established his own lab in our department. His research group is addressing the question of whether the choice of anesthetic used during cancer surgery can affect cancer metastasis. They employ animal models and biochemical measurements in their investigations. Dr. Lin devotes his clinical time to the Divisions of Non-OR Anesthesia and Uro/Gyn Anesthesia. He serves as Section Editor of General Pharmacology and Pharmacokinetics for BMC Anesthesiology.

There are several areas of research in the Lin Lab.
  • Effects and mechanisms of anesthesia/surgery on tumor growth and metastasis
  • Pharmacology of anesthetics on ASICs and TRPM-7 channels
  • Cell protection by anesthetics