Baishan Jiang


Baishan Jiang, PhD

Professor of Medicinal Chemistry and Chemical Biology

Medical Research Institute, Wuhan University






Xiangtan University



Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health, Chinese Academy of Sciences


Work Experience


Group Leader

Guangzhou Institutes of Biomedicine and Health


Research Fellow

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School


Research Scientist

Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Harvard Medical School



Medical Research Institute, Wuhan University


Research Interest

Development of small molecule modulators, including reversible/irreversible inhibitors, bifunctional degraders and molecular glues, to target proteins of interest, and explore their applications in disease treatments.

Selected Publications

1.     Li, Q. +; Jiang, B. +; Guo, J. +; Shao, H.; Del Priore, I. S.; Chang, Q.; Kudo, R.; Li, Z.; Razavi, P.; Liu, B.; Boghossian, A. S.; Rees, M. G.; Ronan, M. M.; Roth, J. A.; Donovan, K. A.; Palafox, M.; Reis-Filho, J. S.; de Stanchina, E.; Fischer, E. S.; Rosen, N.; Serra, V.; Koff, A.; Chodera, J. D.; Gray, N. S.; Chandarlapaty, S., INK4 tumor suppressor proteins mediate resistance to CDK4/6 kinase inhibitors. Cancer Discovery 2021, doi: 10.1158/2159-8290.CD-20-1726 (+equal contribution).

2.      Jiang, B. +; Jiang, J. +; Kaltheuner, I. H. +; Iniguez, A. B.; Anand, K.; Ferguson, F. M.; Ficarro, S. B.; Alex Seong, B. K.; Greifenberg, A. K.; Dust, S.; Kwiatkowski, N. P.; Marto, J. A.; Stegmaier, K.; Zhang, T.; Geyer, M.; Gray, N. S., Structure-Activity Relationship Study of THZ531 Derivatives Enables the Discovery of BSJ-01-175 as a Dual CDK12/13 Covalent Inhibitor with Efficacy in Ewing Sarcoma. Eur. J. Med. Chem. 2021, 221, 113481-113497 (+equal contribution).

3.      Jiang, B. +; Yang, G. +; Che, J. +; Lu, W.; Kaltheuner, I. H.; Dries, R.; Kalocsay, M.; Berberich, M. J.; Jiang, J.; You, I.; Kwiatkowski, N.; Riching, K. M.; Daniels, D. L.; Sorger, P. K.; Geyer, M.; Zhang, T.; Gray, N. S., Discovery and resistance mechanism of a selective CDK12 degrader. Nat Chem Biol 2021, 17, 675-683 (+equal contribution).

4.     Jiang, J. +; Jiang, B+.; Jarrod, S.; Zhang, T.H.; Gray, N.S., Characterization of a dual covalent inhibitor targeting MKK4 and MKK7. Cell Chem. Biol. 2020, 27, 1553-1560 (+equal contribution).

5.      Jiang, B. +; Wang, E. S. +; Donovan, K. A.; Liang, Y.; Fischer, E. S.; Zhang, T.; Gray, N. S., Development of dual and selective degraders of cyclin-dependent kinases 4 and 6. Angew. Chem. Int. Edit., 2019, 58, 6321-6326 (equal contribution).

6.      Brand, M.+; Jiang, B. +; Bauer, S.; Donovan, K. A.; Wang, E. S.; Nowak, R. P.; Yuan, J. C.; Zhang, T.; Kwiatkowski, N.; Müller, A. C.; Fischer, E. S.; Gray, N. S.; Winter, G. E., Homolog-selective degradation as a strategy to probe the function of CDK6 in AML. Cell Chem. Biol., 2019, 26, 300-306 (equal contribution).

7.      Browne, C. M.; Jiang, B.; Ficarro, S. B.; Doctor, Z. M.; Johnson, J. L.; Card, J. D.; Sivakumaren, S. C.; Alexander, W. M.; Yaron, T.; Murphy, C. J.; Kwiatkowski, N. P.; Zhang, T.; Cantley, L. C.; Gray, N. S.; Marto, J. A. A Chemoproteomic Strategy for Direct and Proteome-wide Covalent Inhibitor Target-site Identification. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2019, 141, 191-203.

8.     Olson, C. M.; Jiang, B.; Erb, M. A.; Liang, Y.; Doctor, Z. M.; Zhang, Z.; Zhang, T.; Kwiatkowski, N.; Boukhali, M.; Green, J. L.; Haas, W.; Fischer, E. S.; Young, R. A.; Bradner, J. E.; Winter, G. E.; Gray, N. S., Pharmacological perturbation of CDK9 using selective CDK9 inhibition or degradation. Nature Chem. Biol., 2018, 14, 163-170.


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