Interested in going to medical school or pharmacy school?
This is a great opportunity to speak with the Dean of the College of Pharmacy at California Northstate University (CNU), Dr. Xiaodong Feng, who is one of the original four co-founders of the College and the first faculty member hired at California Northstate University. Dr. Feng received his Ph.D. in Cellular and Molecular Physiology from the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and his Doctor of Pharmacy degree from Albany College of Pharmacy. His integrated training and expertise in cancer education, along with his clinical practice experiences, community service activities, and skills in cancer research, position him to effectively deliver high-quality patient care and medical education. He serves as a professor of both oncology and pharmacology at the College of Medicine and College of Pharmacy. He also assumes an administrative role as the University Vice President for Admissions and Student Services. He previously practiced as a clinical pharmacist at Sutter Davis Hospital and an Oncology Pharmacy Specialist at Dignity Health Medical Foundation.
Dr. Feng has recently been issued two US patents on strategies for anti-angiogenesis and cancer treatments and has edited a major textbook on pharmacogenomics co-authored by some of CNU faculty, students, and residents. This textbook was selected as a reference book for the pharmacy board exam by AACP, the American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy, a national pharmacy organization. Yale University Medical School subsequently wrote a favorable review on this book which was published in the Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine. Dr. Feng has over twenty years of clinical and biomedical research experience in cancer, wound healing, and cardiovascular disease.