Gautier Lab:Lily Wang

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Lily Wang

Medical Student, College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University

PhD, Columbia University Integrated graduate program in cellular, molecular, structural, and genetic studies

B.S., Brown University [1]

Lily Wang started the MD-PhD program at Columbia University in 2003. She rotated with in the Gautier lab in the summer of 2003 and finally joined the lab in the summer of 2005 after completing the first 2 years of medical school at the College of Physicians and Surgeons. Lily is studying the role of Fanconi anemia proteins in DNA replication and repair.
Lily graduated from Brown University in 2002 with a B.S. in Biophysics. Her undergraduate research in the lab of John Sedivy focused on Raf-1 kinase. From 2002-2003, Lily studied the Ret tyrosine kinase at the University of Bologna, Italy on a Fulbright Fellowship.

Conferences attended:
Oral presentation at the Twentieth Annual Fanconi Anemia Scientific Symposium
Poster presentation at the Maintenance of Genome Stability Conference 2008
Oral presentation at the Nineteenth Annual Fanconi Anemia Scientific Symposium
Oral presentation at the Eighteenth Annual Fanconi Anemia Scientific Symposium

Papers published:

  1. Wang LC, Gautier J. The Fanconi anemia pathway and ICL repair: implications for cancer therapy. Crit Rev Biochem Mol Biol. 2010 pmid=20807115 PubMed
  2. Ben-Yehoyada M, Wang LC, Kozekov ID, Rizzo CJ, Gottesman ME, Gautier J. Checkpoint signaling from a single DNA interstrand crosslink. Molecular Cell. 2009 pmid=19748363 PubMed
  3. Wang LC, Stone S, Hoatlin ME, Gautier J. Fanconi anemia proteins stabilize replication forks. DNA Repair 2008 pmid=18786657 PubMed
  4. Yin L, Puliti A, Bonora E, Evangelisti C, Conti V, Tong WM, Medard JJ, Lavoué MF, Forey N, Wang LC, Manié S, Morel G, Raccurt M, Wang ZQ, Romeo G. C620R mutation of the murine ret proto-oncogene: loss of function effect in homozygotes and possible gain of function effect in heterozygotes. International Journal of Cancer 2007 pmid=17372903 PubMed
  5. Hindley AD, Park S, Wang L, Shah K, Wang Y, Hu X, Shokat KM, Kolch W, Sedivy JM, Yeung KC. Engineering the serine/threonine protein kinase Raf-1 to utilise an orthogonal analogue of ATP substituted at the N6 position. FEBS Letters 2004 pmid=14706820 PubMed

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