Wang laboratory is a translational cancer research lab at UPMC Hillman Cancer Center, Department of Pathology, University of Pittsburgh. Our lab is dedicated to the discovery and characterization of novel breast cancer genetic targets from multi-dimensional genomic datasets to achieve precision therapeutics. Our research projects have been funded by four awards from NIH/NCI, four awards from the Department of Defense, two awards from Susan G. Komen Foundation, as well as Nancy Owens Breast Cancer Foundation, Commonwealth of PA, and PA breast cancer coalition, and our studies have led to high-profile publications in Nature Biotechnology, Nature Communications, PNAS, Cancer Discovery, Cancer Research, and Clinical Cancer Research, etc.
Dr. Xiaosong Wang did his medical and research training in China before starting a lab in genomics at the UPMC Hillman Cancer Center. He has had a successful career of mentoring postdocs, who have received four prestigious postdoc fellowship Awards including two awards from Susan G. Komen Foundation and two awards from Department of Defense.