Headshot of Pei-Hsun Wu. He is wearing a blue stripped collared shirt with a blue and gray diamond pattern tie. He is standing in front of a blurred laboratory setting. He has short black hair, dark eyes and is wearing black rectangular glasses.

Pei-Hsun Wu

Pei-Hsun Wu is an associate resesearch professor at the Institute for NanoBioTechnology. He joined the INBT in 2014 with a research focuses on high throughput image-based single cell analysis method development, tumor microenvironment system analysis in cancer invasion, and machine vision and learning algorithm for quantitative profiling the microenvironment of patient tumors to predict tumor outcomes. Wu earned a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering at the National Taiwan University (Taipei) in 2003.  With an alumni fellowship, he completed his PhD in chemical engineering in 2010 from the University of Florida where his studies focused on cellular biophysics. With a fellowship from the National Cancer institute, he completed his postdoctoral research in the Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at Johns Hopkins University.