Jan. 2019. The Wang lab opens its door at FSU College of Medicine.
April. 2019. Faith Wang joins our lab as technician. First member!
April. 2019. Welcome Hyo Jeong Yong! Hyo Jeong has chosen our lab to carry out her Ph.D. thesis work.
Aug. 01. 2019. Dr. Gengqiang Xie joins our lab as a postdoctoral researcher. Welcome!
Aug. 15. 2019. Farewell Faith! Thank you for your lab support. All the best in Connecticut!
Sep. 30. 2019. Madison Layfield joins us as a UROP undergraduate research assistant. She will help with the single-cell data integration project. Welcome Madison!
Sep. 30. 2019. Patrick Wabnitz joins us as a UROP undergraduate research assistant. He will help with the CRISPR mutagenesis project. Welcome Patrick!
May. 2020. Dr. Julia Wang received a grant support from The George S. Eisenbarth nPOD Award for Team Science. The goal of this project is to develop chemistries to study the molecular signature of regenerating beta cells in the pancreas. Congratulations Dr. Wang!
Apr. 2021. The Wang Lab and The Fan Lab from Computer Science were awarded The Multidisciplinary Support Grant Program from FSU Council on Research and Creativity . The goal of this collaborative study is to study the beta cell changes in Type 1 Diabetes.
Sep. 2021. The first paper of the lab is now online in Frontiers! Check it out here. Congratulations to Hyo Jeong and Gengqiang!
Jan. 2022. Dr. Julia Wang received grant support from JDRF. The goal of this project is to develop single-cell chemistries to study the beta cell transdifferentiation. Congratulations Dr. Wang!
Sep. 2022. Our paper is published in Endocrinology! Check it out here! Congratulations to Hyo Jeong and Pilar!
Dec. 2022. Dr. Julia Wang received a junior faculty development award from ADA. The goal of this project is to study the sex differences in islet ER stress response. Congratulations Dr. Wang!