Anpac Bio is launching a new facility in Pennsylvania.
Sherry's focus is on bio-medical CLIA lab set-up and certification. She is responsible for working, on a technical level, with Anpac Bio’s medical groups and hospital partners, and with our leading medical and bio-science university partners. She is also responsible for working on the CDA technology cancer screening projects.
Sharon Vorse-Yu, M.S.
VP of Technical Operations

Professional Biography:

Sharon Vorse-Yu (Sherry Yu) is VP of Technical Operations at Anpac Technology, USA (AnpacBio) since 2016. Her focus is on bio-medical CLIA lab set-up and certification. She is responsible for working, on a technical level, with Anpac Bio’s medical groups and hospital partners, and with our leading medical and bio-science university partners. She is also responsible for working on the CDA technology cancer screening projects.

Prior to Anpac Bio, she worked as a teacher, a veterinary technician, a lab technician in a bio-research lab, and a horsemanship instructor.  She also spent 18 years teaching everything from General Science to Earth Science to Biology. She currently holds 3 teaching certifications for Biology, General Science, and Vocational Agriculture. She also has certification and training to teach at the AP Biology level.

Education:

  1. Penn College of Technology (WACC): Associate of Science in Horticulture
  2. Penn State University, University Park Campus: Bachelor of Science in Agriculture Science/Biology/Education
  3. University of Buffalo, SUNY: Master of Science in Multidisciplinary Education

Personal Interests:

She grew up on a small farm in Pennsylvania with horses, cattle, dogs, cats, goats, and chickens. The summers were full of haying, exploring the creeks and woods in the surrounding area, and riding her horse through those woods and creeks for hours. This is where she developed her love of plants and animals and her interests in the fields of botany and biology. She also loves travel, gardening, birdwatching, and rock hounding. These interests have led to her current career endeavors in cancer research.