Self-assembling manifolds in single-cell RNA sequencing data. Tarashansky AJ, Xue Y, Quake SR, Wang B. submitted. (biorxiv)
Stem cell heterogeneity drives the parasitic life cycle of Schistosoma mansoni. Wang B*, Lee J, Li P, Saberi A, Yang H, Liu C, Zhao M, Newmark PA*. eLife, 7, e35449 (2018). (pdf)
Nanomedicine approaches against parasitic worm infections. (Invited review). Li P, Rios Coronado PE, Longstaff XRR, Tarashansky AJ, Wang B. Advanced Healthcare Materials, 7, 1701494 (2018). (link)
Biomimetic virulomic capture and identification of cell-type specific effector proteins. Lapek JD, Fang RH, Wei X, Li P, Wang B*, Zhang L*, Gonzalez DJ*. ACS Nano, 11, 11831-11838 (2017). (pdf) (Perspective)
Memoryless self-reinforcing directionality in endosomal active transport within living cells. Chen K, Wang B*, Granick S*. Nature Materials, 14, 589-593 (2015). (pdf)
Sept. 2018. Nelson Hall's project on planarian transgenics, a collaboration with Nick Melosh and Andy Fire, is funded by the Bio-X interdisciplinary initiatives program.
Jun. 2018. Our collaboration with Jochen Rink (MPI) and Ashleigh Griffin (Oxford) is funded by the Volkswagen Foundation's initiative, "Life? – A Fresh Scientific Approach to the Basic Principles of Life".
May 2018. Alec Tarashansky receives the Bio-X Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship (Bio-X SIGF).
Sept. 2017. Samuel Bray is selected to be a trainee of the NIH Cell and Molecular Biology Training Program.
Jun. 2017. The lab receives the Hellman Faculty Scholar Fund.
May 2017. Margarita Khariton receives the Bio-X Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowship (Bio-X SIGF). This award is one of the greatest honors Stanford gives to a doctoral student pursuing interdisciplinary research.