Dr. Ting Wang inducted as an AIMBE fellow (Links to an external site)

Election to AIMBE’s College of Fellows is limited to the top 2% of medical and biological engineers in these fields. Those elected are considered to have made outstanding contributions to engineering and medicine research, practice or education. Congratulations to Dr. Ting Wang for being inducted as an AIMBE fellow.

Video: PhD Students Talk about New Research on Transposable Elements and Cancer

In the new paper published in Nature Reviews, “Towards targeting transposable elements for cancer therapy”, graduate students Xuan Qu and Yonghao Liang (Holden) summarized the latest research developments in the field. In this video, they talk about their research focus in Dr. Ting Wang’s lab.

Genetics department hosts NHGRI-funded consortia meetings

The Genetics Department at Washington University coordinates the effort of hosting meetings of National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI)-funded consortia. The consortia meetings span 5 days from 9.11 – 9.16 and took place on Washington University School of Medicine campus.