Dominick Zheng is an undergraduate at Harvard studying Human Developmental and Regenerative Biology. He joined the Melton lab in 2014 to work on uncovering the roles of novel small peptides in the development of insulin-producing beta cells. Outside of the lab, Dominick is a hip hop head who enjoys drumming, freelance design, and portrait drawing.
Prieto-Garca, A., D. Zheng, et al. (2012). “Mast cell restricted mouse and human tryptase·heparin complexes hinder thrombin-induced coagulation of plasma and the generation of fibrin by proteolytically destroying fibrinogen.” J Biol Chem 287(11):7834-7844.