Dr. Bin Wang
Assistant Professor of Chemistry

 

 

 

 

 

Education
B.S. (Pharmaceutical Chemistry), Beijing Medical University
M.S. (Pharmacy), National University Singapore
Ph.D. (Analytical Chemistry), Queen’s University

 

Research
Dr. Wang’s research interests include RNA biochemistry and nanotechnology. Hired through Marshall University Experimental Program to Stimulate Competitive Research (MU-EPSCoR), Wang will develop technology to analyze RNA structure in microdevices fabricated of glass and polymer materials. This technology will be used to investigate specific RNA-therapeutic drug binding sites and RNA-protein interactions.

 

Teaching
Dr. Wang teaches Introduction to Analytical Chemistry.

 

Background
Prior to coming to Marshall, Dr. Wang served as a postdoctoral fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and at the Queen’s Cancer Research Institute in Canada. While at UNC, Dr. Wang gained experience in developing and working with RNA structure analyzing technology.

 

Before pursuing her Ph.D., Wang worked at the Beijing Research Institute of Pharmaceutical Industry, developing methods for testing anticancer drugs and Chinese medicines.

 

Contact Info
telephone: (304) 696-3456
e-mail: wangb@marshall.edu

 

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