September 2017

Congratulations! In a collaborative project with Dr. Kitai Kim at MSKCC, Qunhua Mu has been listed as a co-author on the paper titled "RNA exosome complex-mediated control of redox status in pluripotent stem cells", which has been just accepted by Stem Cell Reports (http://www.cell.com/stem-cell-reports/home).

August 2017

Welcome Nasir Mahmood Abbasi , who join the lab as Research Assistant.

8 April 2017

Jiguang Wang was invited as a speaker in the China Society of Biotechnology Young Scientists Forum II, Guangzhou.

19 March 2017

Jiguang Wang was invited as a Keynote Speaker in the 1st annual meeting of Society for Neuro-Oncology of China at China National Convention Center, Beijing.

March 2017

Congratulations to Biaobin, who has just been appointed as an Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) Postdoctoral Fellow.

March 2017

Welcome Hongyu Shi and Tianci Wang , who join the lab as UROP students!

Feburary 2017

Welcome Yiyun Chen, Yoonhee Nam, and Quanhua Mu , who join the lab as PhD students.

13 Janurary 2017

Jiguang Wang was invited as a Keynote Speaker in the 8th Institute for Refractory Cancer Research (IRCR) International Symposium held on January 13, 2017 at Samsung Medical Center (SMC) in Seoul, Korea.

14 October 2016

Our noncoding RNA work was highlighted in Columbia Newsroom: "Map Quest: New Techniques Reveal How the Immune System Stays Nimble".

25 September 2016

Jiguang Wang was invited as a speaker in a Nature conference: "The Genomics of Common Diseases 2016".

15 September 2016

Jiguang Wang was named one of the winners in the Best Poster Competition: "Young Investigators Celebrated at Department of Systems Biology Retreat".

10 July 2016

The GBM paper is highlighted by the TCGA website at NIH: "Longitudinal Study Charts Brain Tumor Evolution".

7 July 2016

Home page of the Wang Lab launches at HKUST.

20 June 2016

The findings on GBM evolution are highlighted by Cancer Discovery: "Brain Tumors Under Therapy Undergo Highly Branched Clonal Evolution".

6 June 2016

Our GBM research is reported by the Department of Systems Biology at Columbia: "Study of Glioblastoma Tumor Evolution Reveals Strategies Against Advanced Disease".