Author Profile

Hongbo Chi, PhD

Member of the St. Jude Department of Immunology

Hongbo Chi, PhD, is a member of the St. Jude Department of Immunology.

Stories by Hongbo Chi

Clinical

Long-acting injectable HIV drugs safe for treating adolescents

Alex Generous, PhD

Learn how long-lasting drugs offer hope for adolescent with HIV.

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Image of two people talking
St. Jude On

Evaluating care for ‘the forgotten population’: Factors affecting sickle cell care

Kathryn J. McCullough, MA

St. Jude researchers examine factors that affect access to care for patients with sickle cell disease.

Research

Influenza virus provides first evidence of bats’ potential as an intermediate host

Alex Generous, PhD

Explore research showing bats may be an intermediate influenza host.

St. Jude On

Why do Black women have the highest cervical cancer mortality compared to all other groups in the United States? 

Karlisa Cryer

Learn about the factors that limit HPV vaccination adoption, and how they can be overcome.

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Headshot of a man smiling with a blue shirt on
Investigator Insights

5 Questions for Hongbo Chi, PhD

Erin Podolak, MA and Hongbo Chi, PhD

Learn about Hongbo Chi, PhD, St. Jude Department of Immunology.

St. Jude On

Bridging the gap: Psychological support for teens and emerging adults with cancer

Taylor Wewel

St. Jude clinicians and researchers are working to support teens and emerging adults with cancer through psychological and psychosocial interventions.

Clinical

Preventing sepsis during treatment for pediatric cancer might prevent neurocognitive problems decades later in survivors

Alex Generous, PhD

Childhood sepsis during cancer treatment appears to have a lasting impact on only one organ.

St. Jude On

Expanding access to genetic research and care

Alex Generous, PhD

St. Jude is leading more inclusive genetic studies and translating them to better care.

Clinical

‘It was the right time’: A bench-to-bedside journey for the targeted treatment of pediatric low-grade gliomas

Kathryn J. McCullough, MA

Over a decade of research brings a treatment to the forefront for children with low-grade gliomas. For Olivia Thatcher, that treatment came at the right time.

Outreach

Narrative Medicine: Exploring the power of storytelling

Erica Kaye, MD, MPH

The transformative role of narrative storytelling in both science and medical practice alongside Erica Kaye, MD, MPH