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Ting Wang, Ph.D
Institute for Personalized Respiratory Medicine
University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, USA
I was born and raised up in a happy family in China. Graduated as a top college student, I joined the PhD program of Pharmaceutical Science in University of South Carolina and graduated with honor in 2005. With two rounds of postdoctoral training in endothelial and pulmonary biology in the highly competitive labs in University of Chicago, I came to join University of Illinois at Chicago in 2010 to further pursue biomedical research in air pollution induced cardiopulmonary toxicology. At UIC, I have developed research programs that rely on sophisticated endothelial and murine models. I also serve as mentors of graduate and undergraduate students. I am active in serving the research society by peer reviewing journal articles. I have served as reviewer for eleven peer-reviewed biomedical research journals. Outside of professional interests, I travel widely, read, write, and enjoy living in Chicago with my family.
Function of endothelial MLCK and its response to environmental stimulation