Email: kevwang [at] stanford.edu
M.D. University of California, San Francisco
Ph.D. Harvard University
Kevin C. Wang, M.D., Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Dermatology, former director of the inpatient dermatology consult service at Stanford, and Attending Physician at the Palo Alto VA. He is a Faculty Member in the Program in Epithelial Biology, Bio-X, and Cancer Biology Ph.D. Program, and his research focuses on epigenetic mechanisms of gene regulation in stem cells, development, and cancer. His clinical interests include complex adult medical dermatology, pruritus, neuropathic dermatoses, and inpatient dermatology.
In his free time, Kevin enjoys cheering on the Giants, 49ers, and Warriors, as well as spending time with his daughter Lillian and son Lucas.
Email: yunhail [at] stanford.edu
Ph.D. Cornell University
Yunhai was a Graduate Student in the Field of Genetics and Development. He studied why stem cells are especially sensitive to mutations affecting DNA replication, or repair of DNA damage during replication. Yunhai is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at Stanford University with a special interest in mammalian genomics. His long-term career goal is to establish an independent research lab in transcriptional and post-transcriptional gene regulation in mammalian system.
Yunhai joined the lab in 2015, is a big fan of animation, and likes to get around the SF Bay Area and enjoy California.
Email: gautams [at] stanford.edu
In his free time, Gautam enjoys music, cheering on Manchester United FC and reading.
Email: derek.le [at] stanford.edu
B.S. University of California, Los Angeles
A graduate student in Cancer Biology who grew up here in the Bay Area, focused his studies in human genetics while at UCLA, and, during an internship at the National Institutes of Health studied the Hepatitis C virus.
In his free time, Derek enjoys movies and television.
Email: slmorgan [at] stanford.edu
B.S. Bridgewater State University
A graduate student in Cancer Biology from the East Coast, she LOVES SCIENCE and telling everyone about it!!! Massachusetts born and bred, as an undergrad she majored in Biopsych & Biomed at Bridgewater State University, interned and later worked at Harvard Medical, and collaborated heavily with MIT.
Stefanie joined the lab in 2014, and in her free time enjoys collecting old books, cooking, and running.
Email: echang17 [at] stanford.edu
B.S. Boston University College of Engineering
A Palo Alto native, Erin returns from the East Coast to join the lab in June 2017. Erin's focus at BU was research experience Nanoparticle Drug Delivery. In her free time she enjoys photography, learning new programming languages, playingsoccer, and petting cats.
Email: shuynh [at] stanford.edu
B.S. expected 2018
Star began working with the lab in 2016.
Email: akdazey [at] stanford.edu
B.A. University of California, Santa Barbara
In her free time she enjoys gardening, fiber arts, travel and reading.
Email: n4mariano [at] gmail.com
B.A. Bridgewater State University
Natasha joined the Wang Lab in 2015 as a Life Science Research Technician. After 2 busy years of work, she has left to attend Dartmouth College in the Molecular and Cellular Biology Doctor of Philosophy Program. Wishing you much success!!!
B.A. University of Pennsylvania 2015
Amy worked in the Wang Lab in 2015, and is currently a graduate student in the Stanford School of Medicine in Cancer Biology.
Email: danahuh [at] stanford.edu
B.S. expected 2017, Stanford University
Dana worked in the Wang Lab in 2014, and is currently finishing her undergraduate degree in Human Biology.
B.S. Case Western Reserve University 2009
Peter worked as a Life Science Researcher from June 2013 - August 2016. He is currently employed at CalicoLabs in South San Francisco as a Senior Research Associate.
Email: andrews1 [at] stanford.edu
B.S. University of California, Berkeley 2012
Andrew was a member of the Wang Lab from August 2012 - September 2015. He is currently a graduate student in the Stanford School of Medicine in Cancer Biology.