Jin Wang

Fudan UniversityChina

Professor Jin Wang is a PI at Shanghai Public Health Clinical Center, Fudan University, China. Dr. Wang has been working in the fields of cancer and infectious diseases. A major focus of his research is to develop novel early detection biomarkers of human cancers utilizing various state-of-the-art genomic technologies, and he has been able to identify several interesting candidate biomarkers of human pancreatic cancers and liver cancer. Dr. Wang has authored/coauthored 3 patents (U.S. WO Patent WO/2012/030,956; P.R. China Patent NO: 99113481.8) and over 30 SCI publications with a citation rate of over 1000. He has received the prestigious Anne Eastland Spears Fellowship Award in Gastrointestinal Cancer Research from the University of Texas, MD Anderson Cancer Center in the USA, and three independent fellowships from reputed institutions including NIH/NIDDK (USA). His laboratory conducts basic and translational research in the following areas: (1) development of novel early detection biomarkers of human gastrointestinal (GI) cancers and (2) pharmacologic ascorbic acid, all-trans retinoid acid, and ncRNAs for treatment of cancer and infectious diseases.

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The aim of this book is to provide an overview of the importance of exosomes in the biomedical field, which involves in novel implications of exosomes in diagnosis and treatment of cancer and infectious diseases. The book would definitely be an ideal source of scientific information of exosomes to researchers and scientists involved in biomedicine, biology, and other areas involving cancer and infectious diseases.

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