Professor of radiation oncology
- Consultant in Radiation Therapy
- Director of CAMS key laboratory of Radiation Cancer Immunology
Professor Wang graduated from Xinjiang Medical University with BM degree in 1986, PHD degree in 2011 and completed postdoc training in Tianjin Medical University in 2015. She worked as registrar and consultant in Affiliated Tumour Hospital since 1991. During this period, she has visited MRC Human Immunology Unit (HIU) in University of Oxford and Nebraska Medical Center in US for futher training in immunology and radiation oncology. Her main research interst is to understand how T cells, especially cytotoxic T cells, are involved in the initiation and progression of various type of cancer, such as nasopharyngeal cancer and cervical cancer. We would also like to discover novel targets of immune therapy which is important in precision medicine.
Her research projects are mainly funded by National Natural Science Foundation of China and Minister of Science and Technology. She has established nation-wide collaboration as well as international collaboration with Professor Tao Dong in University of Oxford. By far, she published 16 SCI papers. Thirty-seven postdoctoral researchers, PhD students and master candidates have worked or supervised by her. From 2015-2017 her group won three major awards from the Scientific and Technological Progress Prize in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region.