研究成員

Professor Feng WANG (王峰教授)

Professor Feng WANG (王峰教授)

MMBS, PhD (HUST)

Research Assistant Professor

Tel: (852) 22528791
Fax: (852) 26063500
Email: fwang@cuhk.edu.hk

Biography

Dr. Feng Wang is a Research Assistant Professor at the Division of Occupational and Environmental Health, School of Public Health and Primary Care. He obtained his Bachelor Degree of Medicine and Doctoral Degree of Philosophy from Tongji Medical College, Huazhong University of Science & Technology. He further received post-doctoral training in the University of Alabama at Birmingham, US. Dr. Wang’s major research interests focus on the assessment of environmental risk factors and genetic variation, cancer prevention and biomarkers.

Teaching Modules

Research interests

  • Cancer and occupational epidemiology
  • Occupational and environmental health
  • Cancer molecular epidemiology

Selected Publications

  • Guo H, Bai Y, Xu P, Hu Z, Liu L, Wang F, Jin G, Wang F, Deng Q, Tu Y, Feng M, Lu D, Shen H, Wu T. A Functional Promoter -1271G>C Variant of HSPB1 Predicts Lung Cancer Risk and Survival. J Clin Oncol. 2010 10;28(11):1928-35
  • Nadkarni DH, Wang F, Wang W, Rayburn ER, Ezell SJ, Murugesan S, Velu SE, Zhang R. Synthesis and in vitro anti-lung cancer activity of novel 1, 3, 4, 8-Tetrahydropyrrolo [4, 3, 2-de]quinolin-81H-o ne alkaloid analogs. Med Chem. 2009 May;5(3):227-36.
  • Wang F, Ezell SJ, Zhang Y, Wang W, Rayburn ER, Nadkarni DH, Murugesan S, Velu SE, Zhang R. FBA-TPQ, a novel marine-derived compound as experimental therapy for prostate cancer. Invest New Drugs. 2009 Mar 10. [Epub ahead of print]
  • Wang F, Feng M, Xu P, Xiao H, Niu P, Yang X, Bai Y, Peng Y, Yao P, Tan H, Tanguay RM, Wu T. The level of Hsp27 in lymphocytes is negatively associated with a higher risk of lung cancer. Cell Stress Chaperones. 2009,14:245-251.
  • Zhang X, He MA, Cheng L, Zhou L, Zeng H, Wang J, Wang F, Chen Y, Hu FB, Wu T. Joint effects of antibody to heat shock protein 60, hypertension, and diabetes on risk of coronary heart disease in Chinese. Clin Chem. 2008,54(6) :1046-52.
  • Tan H, Xu Y, Xu J, Wang F, Nie S, Yang M, Yuan J, Tanguay RM, Wu T. Association of increased heat shock protein 70 levels in the lymphocyte of early pregnant women with high risk of adverse pregnancy outcomes: a nested case-control study. Cell Stress Chaperones, 2007:12(3):230-236
  • Bai Y, Xu L, Yuan J, Hu Z, Yang X, Wang F, Shao M, Wang Y, Yuan W, Qian J, Ma H, Wang Y, Liu H, Chen W, Yang L, Jing G, Huo X, Chen F, Liu Y, Jin L, Wei Q, Huang W, Shen H, Lu D, Wu T. Single nucleotide polymorphisms of DNA repair gene XPC and risk of lung cancer in a Chinese population. BMC Cancer, 2007,7:81
  • Ma H, Xu L, Yuan J, Shao M, Hu Z, Wang F, Wang Y, Yuan W, Qian J, Wang Y, Xun P, Liu H, Chen W, Yang L, Jin G, Huo X, Chen F, Yao Y, Jin L, Wei Q, Wu T, Shen H, Huang W, Lu D. Tagging single-nucleotide polymorphisms in excursion repair cross-complementing group1 (ERCC1) and risk of primary lung cancer in a Chinese population. Pharmacogenet Genomics, 2007, 17(6):417-423
  • Hu Z, Shao M, Yuan J, Xu L, Wang F, Wang Y, Yuan W, Qian J, Ma H, Wang Y, Liu H, Chen W, Yang L, Jing G, Huo X, Chen F, Jin L, Wei Q, Huang W, Lu D, Wu T, Shen H. Polymorphisms in DNA damage binding protein 2 (DDB2) and susceptibility of primary lung cancer in the Chinese: a case-control study. Carcinogenesis, 2006 27(7):1475-1480
  • Hu Z, Xu L, Shao M, Yuan J, Wang Y, Wang F, Yuan W, Qian J, Wang Y, Liu H, Chen W, Yang L, Jing G, Huo X, Chen F, Jin L, Wei Q, Wu T, Lu D, Huang W, Shen H. Polyporphisms in two helicases ERCC2/XPD and ERCC3/XPB of the transcription factor IIH complex and risk of lung cancer: a case-control analysis in Chinese population. Cancer Epidemiol Biomarkers Prev, 2006, 15(7):1336-40.
  • Yang M, Tan H, Yuan J, Yang Q, Wang F, Yao H, Wei Q, Tanguay RM, Wu T. Association of HSP70 gene polymorphisms with risk of noise-induced hearing loss in Chinese automobile workers. Cell Stress Chaperones, 2006, 10(3):233-239
  • Niu P, Liu L, Gong Z, Tan H, Wang F, Yuan J, Feng Y, Wei Q, Tanguay RM, Wu T. Over-expressed heat shock protein 70 protects cells against DNA damage caused by ultraviolet C in a dose-dependent manner. Cell Stress Chaperones, 2006, 11(2):162-169
  • Gong Z, Yang J, Yang M, Wang F, Wei Q, Tanguay RM, Wu T. Benzo(a)pyrene inhibits expression of inducible heat shock protein 70 in vascular endothelial cells. Toxicology Letter, 2006, 166:229-36
  • Zhou, F, Wang F, Li, F, et al. Association of hsp70-2 and hsp-hom gene polymorphisms with risk of acute high-altitude illness in a Chinese population. Cell Stress Chaperones, 2005. 10(4):349-356.
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