GUO LABORATORY 
Aging, Alzheimer's Disease, Biomarker, Neuroimaging

​​​​Dr. ​​​​​Tengfei Guo

​tengfei.guo@pku.edu.cn

Education and Experience

 

10/2021-Present, Assistant Professor, Peking University Shenzhen Graduate School

 

12/2020 - Present, Junior PI, Shenzhen Bay Laboratory

 

5/2018 – 11/2020, Postdoctoral Fellow, University of California, Berkeley, advised by Prof. William Jagust and Dr. Susan Landau

 

11/2014 – 4/2018, PhD candidate, Medical Life Science and Technology, Technical University of Munich, Germany, advised by Prof. Markus Schwaiger and Prof. Timo Grimmer

 

9/2013 – 9/2014, MSc in Medical Physics, Heidelberg University, Germany, advised by Prof. Schad and Dr. Frank Zöllner

 

9/2011 – 9/2013, M.E. in Biomedical Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong University, advised by Prof. Shanbao Tong and Prof. Jinhai Niu

 

9/2007 – 6/2011, B.E. in Medical information Engineering, Sichuan University



Research Interests


Early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease


PET and MRI imaging analysis


CSF/Plasma biomarkers


Neuromodulation 



Funding  

Project name: “The risk factors and evolutions of preclinical Alzheimer’s disease”, Guangdong Science Foundation for Distinguished Young Scholars, 2023-2026, ongoing, PI.

Project name:The associations of increased plasma p-Tau with neurodegeneration and cognitive decline in Aβ negative demented elderly patients”, NSFC General Project (No.82171197), January 2022 to December 2025, ongoing, PI.

Project name: The characteristics and early diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease, Shenzhen Bay Laboratory Key Cultivating Project (No. S211101002-2), 2021-2022, ongoing, joint PI.

Project name: Development of high-throughput Alzheimer’s disease brain organoid application system, Shenzhen Bay Laboratory Open project (No. SZBL2020090501014), 2020-2023, ongoing, joint PI.




Awards


International Alzheimer’s Association ISTAART “PIA to Elevate Early Career Researchers (PEERs)”, Asia lead

 

2020 American Alzheimer’s Association “Young Investigator” Honorable Mention Award

 

2020 Human amyloid imaging “Young Investigator Travel Scholarship”

 

2018 Alavi-Mandell Publication Award, Society of Nuclear Medicine & Molecular Imaging (SNMMI)