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        Featured Staff Profile: Menghang Xia, Ph.D.

        Menghang Xia leads systems toxicology activities for the Toxicology in the 21st Century (Tox21) initiative at NCATS. Since joining the NIH Chemical Genomics Center, now the NCATS Chemical Genomics Center (NCGC), in 2005, she has played a key leadership role in multiple projects, including Tox21. Xia led the effort to develop and validate a battery of in vitro toxicological assays in a quantitative high-throughput screening platform. She and her colleagues have developed and screened more than 100 assays and profiled environmental chemicals on various pathways and targets, such as p53 signaling, ARE signaling and nuclear receptors. Read more about Menghang Xia.