Wang Min Ph.D., University of Wales, UK
Professor of Pathology
Departments & Organizations
Yale Combined Program in the Biological and Biomedical Sciences (BBS): Immunology | Molecular Medicine, Pharmacology, and Physiology
Office of Student ResearchStem Cell Center, Yale: Signal Transduction and Cell GrowthSignal TransductionVascular Biology and Therapeutics ProgramPathology: Min Lab; ExPath
Inflammation; Angiogenesis/lymphangiogenesis; Atherosclerosis; Transplant rejection; Tumor microenvironment and metastasis more...
- Ph.D., University of Wales, Swansea, UK, 1993
- Zhou, HJ, Chen, X, Huang, Q., Zhang, H, Wang, Y, Yu, J, Liu, R, Li, Y, Xu, Z, and Min, W.* (2014) AIP1 mediates VEGFR3-dependent angiogenic and lymphangiogenic responses. Arterioscler Thromb Vasc Biol. 34(3):603-15.
- Zhang, Y., Tang, W., Zhang, H., Niu, X., Xu, Y., Zhang, J., Gao, K., Boggon, TJ., Toomre, D., Min, W.*, Wu, D.* Important roles of the CCM3 and STK24 Complex in regulation of Ca2+-stimulated exocytosis. Dev Cell. 27(2):215-26. (*Min is co-corresponding author).
- Qin, L., Huang, Q., Zhang, H., Liu, R., Tellides, G., Min, W*, Yu, L*. (2014). SOCS1 prevents graft arteriosclerosis by preventing endothelial cell function. J Amer Coll of Cardiol. 63(1):21-9 (*Min is contacting senior author). Also see commentary in this issue by Weger, RA Immune regulators regulated to prevent transplant reactions. (Dr. Qin as the first author and Dr. Min as mentor won the Parmley Award in 2014 for the Young Author Achievement Award).