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* Hawaiian Algal Database (HADB)
* Hawaiian Algal Database (HADB)
* Bioplastics & Biofuels from Cyanobacteria, PhD Thesis
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* [http://2008.igem.org/Team:Hawaii 2008 Hawaii iGEM Team] Graduate Student Advisor
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#Paper3 Norman Wang, William F. Smith, Brian R. Miller, Alexey A. Lugovskoy, Mitchell E. Reff, Scott M. Glaser, Lisa J. Croner, and Stephen J. Demarest, Conserved Amino Acid Networks Involved in Antibody Variable Domain Interactions, Submitted to Proteins in Apr. 2008, manuscript number Prot-00311-2008
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#Wang2008 Norman Wang, William F. Smith, Brian R. Miller, Dikran Aivazian, Alexey A. Lugovskoy, Mitchell E. Reff, Scott M. Glaser, Lisa J. Croner, and Stephen J. Demarest, Conserved Amino Acid Networks Involved in Antibody Variable Domain Interactions, Accepted Oct. 2, 2008, manuscript number Prot-00311-2008 [[Media:Wang 2008 Manuscript Prot-00311-2008.pdf|PDF]]
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#Wang2005 Wang, N., DeLisle, R.K. & Diller, D.J. Fast small molecule similarity searching with multiple alignment profiles of molecules represented in one-dimension. J Med Chem 48, 6980-90(2005). [[Media:Wang_DeLisle_Diller_2005.pdf|PDF]]
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#Paper1 Wang, Norman & Tiffney, Bruce H., Seeds of Rhododendron (Ericaceae) from the Late Eocene of California. 2001. Palaeontographica p.245-254
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#Wang2001 Wang, Norman & Tiffney, Bruce H., Seeds of Rhododendron (Ericaceae) from the Late Eocene of California. 2001. Palaeontographica p.245-254
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Norman Wang (an artistic interpretation)
Norman Wang (an artistic interpretation)

I work in the Presting Lab, MBBE department at the University of Hawaii.

Contents

Education

  • 2006-?, PhD, Molecular Biosciences and Bioengineering, University of Hawaii at Manoa
  • 2001-2003, MS, Bioinformatics, Northeastern University
  • 1996-2000, BS, Biology, University of California Santa Barbara

Industry

  • 2005-2006 Biogen Idec, San Diego, Protein Evolution, Antibody Engineering
  • 2003-2005 Biogen Idec, Boston, Cheminformatics, Protein Engineering
  • 2002 Pharmacopeia, New Jersey, Cheminformatics

Current Research

  • Hawaiian Algal Database (HADB)
  • Bioplastics & Biofuels from Cyanobacteria, PhD Thesis
  • 2008 Hawaii iGEM Team Graduate Student Advisor

Research Interests

  • Biofuels/Biopolymers
  • Computatonal Biology/Bioinformatics
  • Protein Engineering

Publications

  1. Norman Wang, William F. Smith, Brian R. Miller, Dikran Aivazian, Alexey A. Lugovskoy, Mitchell E. Reff, Scott M. Glaser, Lisa J. Croner, and Stephen J. Demarest, Conserved Amino Acid Networks Involved in Antibody Variable Domain Interactions, Accepted Oct. 2, 2008, manuscript number Prot-00311-2008 PDF [Wang2008]
  2. Wang, N., DeLisle, R.K. & Diller, D.J. Fast small molecule similarity searching with multiple alignment profiles of molecules represented in one-dimension. J Med Chem 48, 6980-90(2005). PDF [Wang2005]
  3. Wang, Norman & Tiffney, Bruce H., Seeds of Rhododendron (Ericaceae) from the Late Eocene of California. 2001. Palaeontographica p.245-254 [Wang2001]

Contact Info

Norman Wang
University of Hawaii
1955 East-West Road
Agricultural Science 218
Honolulu, HI 96822
wangn at hawaii.edu
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Interview in the Apr '07 Audrey Magazine

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