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Ying Wang, M.D., Ph.D., has long-standing research interests in the molecular mechanisms of vascular remodeling and heart failure. Specifically, Dr. Wang is interested in the roles of a cell membrane coreceptor of several structurally distinct ligands (neuropilin-1) — and its downstream components — in endothelial cell inflammatory response and vascular permeability. Dr. Wang routinely uses primary cell culture, transgenic zebrafish and mouse models in her studies.
Dr. Wang's studies address the clinical challenges of treating patients with heart failure and acute liver failure. Findings from Dr. Wang's studies provide insights for developing novel diagnostic tools and prophylaxis and therapeutic strategies for these patients.
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