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Wenqian Hu, Ph.D., studies molecular mechanisms of post-transcriptional regulations of gene expression in mammalian cell differentiation and responses to environmental stimuli. In particular, Dr. Hu focuses on functional and mechanistic characterization of RNA-binding proteins and noncoding RNAs in hematopoiesis and innate immune responses.
Dr. Hu's work focuses on fundamental molecular mechanisms underlying regulation of gene expression. Since dysregulation of gene expression is the cause of a wide variety of pathological conditions (cancer and neurodegenerative disorders, for example), the results from these basic mechanistic studies are essential for developing novel therapeutic approaches to many diseases.
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