Xiaowei Wang, PhD


Department of Pharmacology

College of Medicine

Research Program

Translational Oncology Program (TO)

MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are a family of small non-coding RNAs, and each miRNA can regulate the expression of hundreds of gene targets. By broadly controlling the functions of thousands of genes, miRNAs play important regulatory roles in almost all known molecular pathways. Our main research interests include: computational and experimental identification of miRNA targets; development of bioinformatics tools for miRNA and gene expression research; identification of miRNA-related biomarkers for human cancers; functional characterization of miRNA in cancer development and progression; and development of miRNA therapeutics for human cancers.


PhD, Tufts University

Disease Focus

Head And Neck; Cervical

Research Keywords

Micrornas; Bioinformatics; Genomics; Crispr; Single Cell Sequencing; Cancer Biomarker

Published Research

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