Shue Wang, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor

Chemistry and Chemical & Biomedical Engineering Department
Tagliatela College of Engineering
Education

Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI
Ph.D. in Mechanical Engineering, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ,
B.S. in Electrical and Computer Engineering, Liaoning Technical University, China

About Shue

Dr. Shue Wang joined University of New Haven in January 2019. Prior to that, she worked at the University of Michigan as a research fellow from 2015 to 2018. She received her Ph.D. in mechanical engineering at the University of Arizona in 2015.

Her research areas include biosensors, single cell analysis, regenerative medicine and tissue engineering, mechanobiology, lab-on-a-chip, synthetic biology, and applying micro-engineered tools to understand the complex biological systems at both the molecular and cellular levels.

Selected Publications

1. S. Wang, R. Riahi, D.D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong. Single cell nanobiosensor for dynamic gene expression profiling in native tissue microenvironments, Advanced Materials. Vol. 27, pp. 6034-6038, 2015. (Featured as cover article)

2. S. Wang, Y. Xiao, D. D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong. A gapmer aptamer nanobiosensor for real-time monitoring of transcription and translation in single cells, Biomaterials, Vol. 156, pp. 56-64, 2018.

3. R. Riahi, J. Sun, S. Wang, M. Long, D.D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong. Dll4 signaling and mechanical force regulate leader cell formation during collective cell migration, Nature Communications. Vol. 6, 6556, 2015.

4. S. Wang, N. Emery, A. Liu. Real-time monitoring transcription and translation in mammalian cell-free expression (CFE) in bulk and in cell-sized droplets, Synthetic Biology, Vol. 3 (1), pp. 1-9, 2018.

5. S. Wang*, J. Sun*, Y. Xiao*, Y. Lu, D. D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong. Intercellular tension negatively regulates angiogenic sprouting of endothelial tip cells via Notch1-Dll4 signaling, Advanced Biosystems. Vol. 1, 1600019, 2017.

6. Y. Zheng*, S. Wang*, X. Xue, A. Xu, W. Liao, A. Deng, A. Liu, and J. Fu. Notch signaling in regulating angiogenesis in a 3D biomimetic environment, Lab on a Chip. Vol. 17, pp. 1948-1959, 2017. (Featured as back cover article, * equal contribution)

7. S. Wang, J. Sun, D. D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong, A nanobiosensor for dynamic single cell analysis during microvascular self-organization, Nanoscale. Vol. 8 (38), pp.16894-16901, 2016. (Featured as cover article)

8. R. Riahi, S. Wang, M. Long, N. Li, P.-Y. Chiou, D. D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong. Mapping photothermally induced gene expression in living cells and tissues by nanorod-locked nucleic acid complexes, ACS Nano. Vol. 8, pp. 3597-3605, 2014.

9. S. Tao, S. Wang, S. J. Moghaddam, A. Ooi and E. Chapman, P. K. Wong and D. D. Zhang, Oncogenic KRAS confers chemoresistance by transcriptional upregulation of NRF2 via the TPA response element, Cancer Research. Vol. 74, pp. 7430-7441, 2014.

1. S. Wang, N. Emery, A. Liu. Real-time monitoring transcription and translation in mammalian cell-free expression (CFE) in bulk and in cell-sized droplets, Synthetic Biology, Vol. 3 (1), pp. 1-9, 2018.

2. S. Wang, Y. Xiao, D. D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong. A gapmer aptamer nanobiosensor for real-time monitoring of transcription and translation in single cells, Biomaterials, Vol. 156, pp. 56-64, 2018.

3. S. Wang, R. Riahi, D.D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong. Single cell nanobiosensor for dynamic gene expression profiling in native tissue microenvironments, Advanced Materials. Vol. 27, pp. 6034-6038, 2015. (Featured as cover article)

4. Y. Zheng*, S. Wang*, X. Xue, A. Xu, W. Liao, A. Deng, A. Liu, and J. Fu. Notch signaling in regulating angiogenesis in a 3D biomimetic environment, Lab on a Chip. Vol. 17, pp. 1948-1959, 2017. (Featured as back cover article, * equal contribution)

5. S. Wang*, J. Sun*, Y. Xiao*, Y. Lu, D. D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong. Intercellular tension negatively regulates angiogenic sprouting of endothelial tip cells via Notch1-Dll4 signaling, Advanced Biosystems. Vol. 1, 1600019, 2017.

6. S. Wang, J. Sun, D. D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong, A nanobiosensor for dynamic single cell analysis during microvascular self-organization, Nanoscale. Vol. 8 (38), pp.16894-16901, 2016. (Featured as cover article)

7. R. Riahi, J. Sun, S. Wang, M. Long, D.D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong. Dll4 signaling and mechanical force regulate leader cell formation during collective cell migration, Nature Communications. Vol. 6, 6556, 2015.

8. J. Sun*, Y. Xiao*, S. Wang*, M. J. Slepian, and P. K. Wong. Advances in techniques for probing mechanonregulation of tissue morphogenesis, Journal of Laboratory Automation. Vol. 20(2), pp. 127–137, 2015. (* equal contribution)

9. R. Riahi, S. Wang, M. Long, N. Li, P.-Y. Chiou, D. D. Zhang, and P. K. Wong. Mapping photothermally induced gene expression in living cells and tissues by nanorod-locked nucleic acid complexes, ACS Nano. Vol. 8, pp. 3597-3605, 2014.

10. S. Tao, S. Wang, S. J. Moghaddam, A. Ooi and E. Chapman, P. K. Wong and D. D. Zhang, Oncogenic KRAS confers chemoresistance by transcriptional upregulation of NRF2 via the TPA response element, Cancer Research. Vol. 74, pp. 7430-7441, 2014.

11. W. F. Liang, S. Wang, Z. L. Dong, G. B. Lee, W. J. Li. Optical spectrum and electric field waveform dependent optically-induced dielectrophoretic (ODEP) micro-manipulation, Micromachines. Vol. 3(2), pp. 492-508, 2012.

12. S. Wang, W. F. Liang, Z. L. Dong, G. B. Lee, W. J. Li. Fabrication of micrometer- and nanometer-scale polymer structures by visible light induced dielectrophoresis (DEP) force, Micromachines. Vol. 2(4), pp. 431-442, 2011.

13. S. Wang, Y. L. Qu, Z. L. Dong, L. Zhou, Z. Liu. Automatically manipulation of polystyrene beads via optically induced Dielectrophoresis, Micronanoelectronic Technology. Vol. 48(2), pp. 132-137, 2011.

14. S. Wang, Y. L. Qu, Z. L. Dong, Y. Yang, L. Zhou. Fabrication of gold nanoparticle based sensors using DEP technologies. Micronanoelectronic Technology. Vol. 48(12), pp. 809-815, 2011.

15. S. Wang, J.G. Sun. High-dimensional indexing structure based on splitting strategy, Journal of Computer Applications. Vol. 28(10), pp. 2565-2568, 2008.

16. J.G. Sun, S. Wang. Compact pyramid tree: effective index structure in high-dimensional data spaces, Journal of Computer Engineering and Applications. Vol. 45(22), pp: 114-116, 2009.

17. J.G. Sun, S. Wang. CKDB-Tree: Effective index structure in high-dimensional data spaces, Journal of Computer Engineering and Applications. Vol. 45(30), pp. 157-160, 2009.

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