Dr. Wang's primary research interest includes the statistical methodology development for the design and analysis of clinical trials, as well as the evaluation of repeated measurements and correlated data.
Our research revolves around using state-of-the-art bioinformatics and biostatistics approaches to study the implications of tumor immunology for tumorigenesis, metastasis, prognosis, and treatment response in a variety of cancers.
Dr. Waugh is a physician-scientist whose research focuses on the structural brain abnormalities that lead to dystonia, a movement disorder that leads muscles to twist and contort into painful positions.
The Wert laboratory studies the post-mitotic neuronal cells of the retina, particularly the photoreceptor cells. Our goal is to discover and understand the mechanisms underlying retinal degenerative disease, and to provide novel therapeutics for these complex degenerative disorders using gene therapy and genome engineering technologies, human stem cell transplantations, and metabolic rescue.
Our laboratory was established in 2012 in the Department of Biochemistry at UT Southwestern Medical Center. The Biochemistry Department features exceptional depth of expertise in both biology and chemistry.
Scientists in the Center for Pediatric Bone Biology and Translational Research work to discover the underlying causes of poorly understood musculoskeletal disorders in children, and to understand the fundamental steps that lead to disease.
In our laboratory, we utilize molecular and cellular approaches to decipher mechanisms of extracellular matrix remodeling of the female reproductive tract in both physiologic states (e.g., during pregnancy, parturition, and the puerperium) and pathologic conditions (pelvic organ prolapse, urinary incontinence, and injury of the external anal sphincter).