Dr. Imran H Khan is an Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at University of California, Davis, USA. Dr. Khan obtained his Ph.D (1988-1993) from Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, USA. His research program has focused on signaling pathways in cancer cells, and infectious diseases using molecular biology approaches for over 15 years. Dr. Khan has developed highly efficient and high throughput multiplex approaches for disease biomarker studies and used these systems for translational research. Dr. Khan's research includes simultaneous analysis of multiple key components of cell signaling pathways in a single reaction vessel. In addition, he has employed novel approaches to study disease-related biomarkers (e.g., immune biomarkers) in bodily fluids (e.g., plasma/serum) by combining the power of multiplexing systems and computational modeling. Results of his research have been published in peer reviewed journals and encompass the development of novel methods for biomarker profiling in cancer/inflammatory diseases and infectious diseases, and computational methods for large volume data analysis.