Ranjan Perera


St. Petersburg, FL USA

Johns Hopkins Medicine



Director, Center for RNA Biology, and Associate Professor, Department of Oncology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

The Johns Hopkins University and Johns Hopkins Sidney Kimmel Comprehensive Cancer Center

Dr. Perera is director of the Center for RNA Biology at Johns Hopkins All Children's Hospital, a senior scientist in the Cancer & Blood Disorders Institute and an associate professor of oncology in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. He also has a secondary affiliation with the Johns Hopkins All Children’s Institute for Fundamental Biomedical Research. He uses biology, analytic genomics and bioinformatics to seek patterns that can lead to treatments for aggressive cancers. Dr. Perera’s research focuses on genes and identifying those susceptible to changes that lead to disease. He seeks to identify these changes early in life, which would allow early intervention through surgery or therapies that could prevent or alter the course of the disease.

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Johns Hopkins Medicine

Baltimore, MD, USA