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Working with Dr. Mansell (PI), Dr. Wang has been awarded the National Institutes of Health (NIH)/ National Institute of General Medical Sciences (NIGMS) Exploratory Research R21. Wang Lab and Mansell Lab will work together to co-culture engineered probiotic bacteria to accurately monitor and actively influence the development of intestinal epithelial cells in 3D culture. Congratulation!
Wang Lab has been awarded the 2017 PhRMA Foundation Research Starter Grant in Translational Medicine & Therapeutics. Thanks to PhRMA Foundation for the kind support on the research in my Lab.
Wang Lab got support from College of Engineering Exploratory Research Project (ERP)! The goal of this grant program is to make resources available to initiate the development of high-risk, high-impact, novel ideas for new research projects. The goal of this COE ERP is to enable the development of precisely medical solutions to improve gastrointestinal (GI) health. Congratulations!
Dr. Wang presented the poster titled “An Intestinal Trojan horse as Regenerative Therapy for Inflammatory Bowel Disease” at the Kenneth Rainin Foundation Innovations Symposium: Wound Healing, Repair & IBD on July 20-21, 2015 at the Hyatt Embarcadero in San Francisco. The Kenneth Rainin Foundation’s annual Innovations Symposium brings together influential and collaborative researchers, and innovative and creative thinkers to work toward the common goal of curing Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). The 2015 Innovations Symposium focus on Wound Healing, Repair & IBD, and take part in setting new directions in the field of IBD research.
Dr. Wang has been awarded the 2015 Career Development Award from Crohn’s & Colitis Foundation of America (CCFA). Thanks to CCFA for the kind support on the intestinal stem cells research in Wang Lab.
Wang Lab received the three-year financial support from McGee-Wagner Interdisciplinary Research Foundation, which was established to foster collaborative research that involves faculty members from both the College of Engineering and the College of Veterinary Medicine. Wang Lab really appreciated the kind donation!
Wang Lab received Cyclone Research Partnership Grant from College of Engineering to investigate transport mechanisms of nanoparticles across intestinal epithelium. Understanding how nanoparticles can be transport through digestive tract epithelium, and how transport behavior can be manipulated through chemical modification to the nanoparticles will provide critical knowledge on future design and development of effective drug and/or vaccine delivery systems for oral administration. Wang Lab appreciated the kind support from Iowa State University.