Research Professor, Medicine
Dr. Chow is Research Professor of Medicine at the University of Arizona. She is a comprehensive member of the Arizona Cancer Center and directs the Arizona Cancer Center Analytical Core Shared Service.
Dr. Chow has served as the Principal Investigator on multiple research projects funded by major federal agencies including the National Cancer Institute, Department of Defense, and National Institute on Drug Abuse. She also serves as Co-Investigator on multiple large federally funded research projects. Since joining the Arizona Cancer Center in 1999, Dr. Chow’s research has focused on early phase clinical development of potential cancer chemopreventive agents, including green tea polyphenols, resveratrol, and limonene. Her research activities include evaluation of the clinical pharmacokinetics and cancer preventive activities of potential cancer chemopreventive agents, examination of factors affecting the bioavailability of cancer chemopreventive agents, examination of the metabolic interactions of chemopreventive agents and drugs, and development of surrogate biomarkers for early phase clinical assessment of drug effects. Dr. Chow has authored and co-authored 50 peer-reviewed journal articles published in major Cancer or Pharmaceutical journals.