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Wai Lab

The research of Wai Lab focuses on female pelvic floor disorders and understanding the functional anatomy of the lower urinary tract and anal sphincter.

  • Clifford Wai, M.D.

Wakeland Lab

The Wakeland Lab utilizes state-of-the-art genomic strategies to investigate the diversity of the human and mouse immune systems. 

  • Edward Wakeland, Ph.D.

Wang (Boyuan) Lab

The Wang Lab uses chemical biology tools to study the molecular mechanisms underlying interesting bacterial behaviors.

  • Boyuan Wang, Ph.D.
Biological Chemistry

Wang (Fei) Lab

The broad research interest of Fei Wang lab is in dissecting molecular mechanisms of essential membrane-associated cellular events in eukaryotic cell development.

  • Fei Wang, Ph.D.
meiosis autophagy
Biological Chemistry Cell and Molecular Biology

Wang (Jerry) Lab

We apply advanced MRI technologies to study many different diseases.

  • Zhiyue Jerry Wang, Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering

Wang (Jijia) Lab

Dr. Wang's research interests primarily involve the development of statistical methodologies for the design and analysis of clinical trials, as well as the evaluation of correlated data and repeated measurements. Her specific focus has been on power analysis, experimental design, and sample size determination for longitudinal studies using Frequentist and Bayesian approaches. Dr. Wang has also developed the methodologies that are very flexible and can accommodate various pragmatic issues such as longitudinal and clustered outcomes, random variability in cluster size, unbalanced randomization, complicated correlation structures, missing data, and small sample sizes. Those methodologies have achieved great performances across a broad spectrum of design configurations and made innovative contributions to clinical studies.

  • Jijia Wang, Ph.D.

Wang (Jinfan) Lab

The Wang lab applies single-molecule fluorescence biophysical, quantitative biochemical, structural, and genetics approaches to unravel the intricate relationships between structure, dynamics and function in complex dynamic biological systems. Our primary goal is to understand the dynamic mechanisms of cytosolic and mitochondrial protein synthesis and how they are dysregulated in human diseases.

  • Jinfan Wang, Ph.D.
RNA Ribosomes Gene regulation Microscopy structural biology Mitochondria
Biological Chemistry

Wang (Richard) Lab

Our research focuses on how the conserved signaling pathways that underlie normal skin development are altered during the development of non-melanoma skin cancers and inflammatory skin disease.

  • Richard Wang, M.D., Ph.D.
Skin cancer
Biological Chemistry Cancer Biology

Wang (Tao) Lab

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.

  • Tao Wang, Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering Immunology

Wang (Weiwei) Lab

We study ion channel clusters. To study such clusters without the complications arising from the complex cellular environment, components from cells are purified and studied in isolation.

  • Weiwei Wang, Ph.D.
Molecular Biophysics

Wang (Yingfei) Lab

The Wang Lab studies neurodegeneration and cell death induced by brain injury, mitochondrial dysfunction, and/or genome instability.

  • Yingfei Wang, Ph.D.
Cell Death Neurodegeneration
Genetics, Development and Disease Neuroscience

Waugh Lab

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.

  • Jeff Waugh M.D., Ph.D.

Weaver Lab

The over-arching theme of the Weaver Lab is to deeply understand how proteolytic factors mediate diverse physiological functions.

  • Benjamin Weaver, Ph.D.
Gene regulation CRISPR Proteomics
Cell and Molecular Biology Genetics, Development and Disease

Welch Lab

The Welch Lab has a primary interest in developing materials and medical devices for use in treatment of congenital heart disease.

  • Tre Welch, Ph.D.
Biomedical Engineering

Wert Lab

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.

  • Katherine J. Wert, Ph.D.
Retinal degenerative disease Photoreceptor degeneration
Genetics, Development and Disease Neuroscience

Westover Lab

We focus on the discovery of targeted therapies for major drivers of cancer using protein chemistry, enzymology, structural biology, informatics and cell biology. Some of our favorite targets are RAS and kinase proteins.

  • Ken Westover, M.D., Ph.D.
Targeted cancer therapy
Biological Chemistry Cancer Biology

Wetzel Lab

The Wetzel Lab targets critical steps in the parasite’s life cycle in order to develop therapeutics for Leishmaniasis.

  • Dawn Wetzel, M.D., Ph.D.
Cell and Molecular Biology Molecular Microbiology

White Lab

White, Perrin Lab - Labs - Research

  • Perrin White, M.D.

Whitehurst Lab

The Whitehurst Lab uses RNAi-based functional genomics to identify gene products that support viability and/or modulate chemotherapeutic sensitivity in tumor cells. 

  • Angelique Whitehurst, Ph.D.
Cancer Biology Cell and Molecular Biology

Williams Lab

We are interested in understanding at a cellular level the neural control of energy balance and glucose metabolism, and elucidating how these events may participate in human disease.

  • Kevin W. Williams, Ph.D.

Wilson Lab

Wilson Lab

  • Kathleen Wilson, M.D.

Wise Lab

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.

  • Carol A. Wise, Ph.D.
  • Jonathan Rios, Ph.D.

Woodruff Lab

We use live-cell microscopy, nano-rheology, and synthetic biology to understand oocyte ageing, embryogenesis, and cancer onset.

  • Jeff Woodruff, Ph.D.
Protein Phase Separation
Cell and Molecular Biology Molecular Biophysics

Word Lab

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).

  • R. Ann Word, M.D.