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Yen-Hsiang Wang
Yen-Hsiang Wang
  • Yen-Hsiang Wang / 王彥襄 / おうげんじょう [1]
  • Stanford University
  • yenhsiangwang [AT] stanford [DOT] edu

I work in the Smolke Lab at Stanford University.

Education

  • PhD candidate in Bioengineering, Stanford University
  • MS in Bioengineering, Stanford University, 2011
  • BS in Biology, National Taiwan University, 2007
  • BS in Electrical Engineering, National Taiwan University, 2007

Lab experience

  • 2010 ~ now - Prof. Christina SMOLKE [2]
  • 2008 ~ 2009 - Prof. Fa-Hsuan LIN [3]
  • 2006 ~ 2007 - Prof. Chen-Ying HUANG
  • 2004 ~ 2006 - Prof. Hsiao-Wen CHUNG [4]
  • 2003 Summer - Prof. Min-Huey CHEN [5]

Publications

<grad>

  1. YH Wang*, KY Wei* & CD Smolke, 2013. Synthetic Biology: Advancing the Design of Diverse Genetic Systems. Annu. Rev. Chem. Biomol. Eng. Submitted. *These authors contributed equally.
  2. YH Wang & CD Smolke, 2012, “Towards a Complete Set of Genetic Arithmetic Operators: Implementing a Modular Differential Biosensor Using RNA Regulators”, 13th International Conference of Systems Biology, Toronto, ON, Canada (best poster award)
  3. YH Wang & CD Smolke, 2011, “Implementing differential sensors with synthetic RNA controllers”, Stanford Bio-X Interdisciplinary Initiatives Symposium, Stanford, CA, USA

<undergrad>

  1. FH Lin, T Witzel, WT Chang, WK Tsai, YH Wang, WJ Kuo & J Belliveau, 2010, “K-space reconstruction of magnetic resonance inverse imaging (K-InI) of human visuomotor systems”, NeuroImage (49), pp. 3086-3098
  2. WJ Kuo, T Sjöström, YP Chen, YH Wang & CY Huang, 2009, “Intuition and Deliberation: Two Systems for Strategizing in the Brain”, Science (324), no. 5926, pp. 519 – 522
  3. YY Shih, YH Wang, CW Ko & HW Chung, 2006 “Lateralization of brain function in cognitive music processing of chord versus rhythm”, Proceedings of International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine, 13th Annual Meeting, Miami, FL, USA

Language Proficiency

  • Chinese - Mandarin (native), Taiwanese (intermediate)
  • English (professional)
  • French (fluent)
  • Japanese (intermediate)

Useful links

  • Elim Biopharm [6]
  • Stanford PAN [7]
  • Stanford Coursework [8]
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