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  • Brandon, FL
  • Plymouth Meeting, PA
  • Collegeville, PA
  • Jersey City, NJ
  • Devon, PA
  • King of Prussia, PA
  • Little Neck, NY
  • Forest Hills, NY
  • Glendale, NY

Work

Company: Drexel university, school Oct 2014 Position: Researcher

Education

School / High School: Zhejiang University- Hangzhou, CN Jun 2013 Specialities: Bachelor of Agronomy in Biological Science

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Resumes

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Xiaoling Chen Philadelphia, PA

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Work:
Drexel University, School

Oct 2014 to Oct 2014
Researcher

Southeast Asian Mutual

May 2014 to Sep 2014
Event Coordinator

University of Pennsylvania

Aug 2014 to Aug 2014
Recruitment Intern

Education:
Zhejiang University
Hangzhou, CN
Jun 2013
Bachelor of Agronomy in Biological Science

Drexel University
Philadelphia, PA
Master of Public Health

Publications

Us Patents

Heterocyclic Compounds And Their Use As Anticancer Agents

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US Patent:
2009004, Feb 19, 2009
Filed:
Jul 9, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/564267
Inventors:
Xiaoling Chen - Brooklyn NY,
Hai-Ying He - Brooklyn NY,
Joel Kawakami - Honolulu HI,
Alexander Kiselyov - San Diego CA,
Xiaohu Ouyang - Flushing NY,
Vatee Pattaropong - New Madrid MO,
Evgueni Piatnitski - King of Prussia PA,
Maria Carolina Tuma - Jersey City NJ,
John Kincaid - San Diego CA,
Assignee:
IMCLONE SYSTEMS INCORPORATED - New York NY
International Classification:
A61K 31/444
C07D 401/04
A61K 31/4439
C07D 401/14
A61P 35/00
US Classification:
514333, 5462724, 514340, 514338, 546256
Abstract:
The present invention relates to heterocyclic compounds that have anticancer activity, and pharmaceutical compositions that contain such compounds, methods of treating diseases and conditions in mammals using such compounds and composition and methods for their manufacture.

Heterocyclic Compounds And Their Use As Anticancer Agents

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US Patent:
2009031, Dec 24, 2009
Filed:
Sep 25, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/286132
Inventors:
Xiaoling Chen - Brooklyn NY,
Hai-Ying He - Brooklyn NY,
Joel Kawakami - Honolulu HI,
Alexander Kiselyov - San Diego CA,
Xiaohu Ouyang - Flushing NY,
Vatee Pattaropong - New Madrid MO,
Evgueni Piatnitski - King of Prussia PA,
Maria Carolina Tuma - Jersey City NJ,
John Kincaid - San Diego CA,
International Classification:
A61K 31/5377
A61K 31/444
C07D 401/04
A61K 31/496
C07D 413/14
A61P 35/00
C07D 405/00
C07D 401/14
A61K 31/4439
US Classification:
5142338, 514340, 514333, 514338, 546256, 5462724, 51425505
Abstract:
The present invention relates to heterocyclic compounds that have anticancer activity, and pharmaceutical compositions that contain such compounds, methods of treating diseases and conditions in mammals using such compounds and composition and methods for their manufacture.

Automated Detection Of Deception In Short And Multilingual Electronic Messages

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US Patent:
2012025, Oct 4, 2012
Filed:
Apr 25, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/455862
Inventors:
Rajarathnam Chandramouli - Holmdel NJ,
Xiaoling Chen - Sugar Land TX,
Koduvayur P. Subbalakshmi - Holmdel NJ,
Peng Hao - Cliffside Park NJ,
Na Cheng - San Ramon CA,
Rohan Perera - Phlidelphia PA,
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709206
Abstract:
A method and apparatus for automatically identifying harmful electronic messages, such as those presented in emails, on Craigslist or on Twitter, Facebook and other social media websites, features methodology for discriminating unwanted garbage communications (spam) and unwanted deceptive messages (scam) from wanted, truthful communications based upon patterns discernable from samples of each type of electronic communication. Methods are proposed that enable discrimination of wanted from unwanted communications in short electronic messages, such as on Twitter and for multilingual application.

Psycho-Linguistic Statistical Deception Detection From Text Content

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US Patent:
2013004, Feb 21, 2013
Filed:
Jan 6, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/520060
Inventors:
Rajarathnam Chandramouli - Holmdel NJ,
Xiaoling Chen - Sugar Land TX,
Koduvayur P. Subbalakshmi - Holmdel NJ,
Assignee:
THE TRUSTEES OF THE STEVENS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY - Hoboken NJ
International Classification:
G06F 17/27
US Classification:
704 9
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for determining whether a text is deceptive may comprise analyzing a body of textual content known to be one of text containing true content and text containing deceptive content; identifying psycho-linguistic cues that are indicative of a text being deceptive; statistically analyzing, via a computing device, a given text based upon the psycho-linguistic cues to determine if the text is deceptive. The apparatus and method may further comprise weighting the psycho-linguistic cues and statistically analyzing based on the weighted psycho-linguistic cues. The statistically analyzing step may be performed using one of a cue matching analysis, a weighted cue matching analysis, a Markov chain analysis, and a sequential probability ratio testing binary hypothesis analysis. The psycho-linguistic cues may be separated into categories, including increasing trend cues and decreasing trend cues and analyzed according to presence in a category from within the categories.

Systems And Methods For Automatically Detecting Deception In Human Communications Expressed In Digital Form

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US Patent:
2013013, May 30, 2013
Filed:
Apr 26, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/659445
Inventors:
Rajarathnam Chandramouli - Holmdel NJ,
Xiaoling Chen - Sugar Land TX,
Koduvayur P. Subbalakshmi - Holmdel NJ,
Rohan Perera - Philidelphia PA,
Assignee:
The Trustees of the Stevens Institute of Technology - Hoboken NJ
International Classification:
G06F 17/28
US Classification:
704 9
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for determining whether text is deceptive has a computer programmed with software that automatically analyzes text in digital form by at least one of statistical analysis of psycho-linguistic cues, IP geo-location, gender analysis, authorship analysis, and analysis to detect coded/camouflaged messages. The computer has truth data against which the text message can be compared and a graphical user interface. The computer may be connectable to the Internet and may obtain the text automatically. Speech-to-text software may be used to convert verbal messages to text for analysis. The system may be made available on a webpage, web service, on a computer or by a wireless device. The text may be emails, website content, tweets. In one embodiment, the system detects coded messages (FIG. ).

Isbn (Books And Publications)

Geoinformatics 2006: 28-29 October, 2006, Wuhan, China

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Xiaoling Chen

ISBN #

0819465283

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