Thinh (Bin) Nguyen, BSc

Clinical Research Coordinator

Center for Data Driven Discovery in Biomedicine

Thinh (Bin) Nguyen is a Clinical Research Coordinator responsible for obtaining informed consent for CBTN, Liquid Biopsy, PC4C, and Molecular Tumor Board, as well as training students and other members of CRU on Biorepository data entry. Thinh also coordinates QC shipments from 25+ external CBTN sites and trains external collaborators on clinical data entry. Additionally, he assists both, the Imaging Research Unit team in obtaining MRI images for retrospective CBTN subjects and specific cohorts requested by investigator, along with IRB-related issues, such as annual review, new amendment, etc.

Prior to joining D3b in March of 2021, Bin worked as a research assistant in different research labs since his first year in college. His research interests are in neuroscience and cardiology, and has experience working with emphysema, Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm, LMNA dilated cardiomyopathy, blood vessel formation, etc., Bin’s main study models are focused on in vitro human cells or animals, ranging from zebrafish to mice.

Bin completed a BSc in biochemistry from Temple University. He is committed to becoming a physician scientist who will utilize both his clinical and research perspectives to contribute to the development of effective treatments for rare diseases, especially cancer. Since he has had the opportunities to learn more about cardiology and laboratory benchwork, he has decided to explore neuroscience in a clinical research setting. This interest in neuroscience prompted his decision to apply for a position at D3B and subsequently join the team.