Hua Wang, PhD

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Hua Wang, PhD

Research Associate
Hua Wang

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PhD, Nankai University, China

I received my PhD degree from Nankai University where I focus on genetics in human primary colorectalcancer and embryonic stem cells using single-cell analysis. Currently, I joined the Helin Lab as apostdoctoral fellow and focus on the epigenetic regulation of key histone modifications.


  1. Wang, H., Zhang, K., Liu, Y., Fu, Y., Gao, S., Gong, P., Wang, H., Zhou, Z., Zeng, M., Wu, Z., Sun, Y., Chen, T., Li, S., & Liu, L. (2017). Telomere heterogeneity linked to metabolism and pluripotency state revealed by simultaneous analysis of telomere length and RNA-seq in the same human embryonic stem cell. BMC Biology, 15(1), 114.
  2. Guo, R., Ye, X., Yang, J., Zhou, Z., Tian, C., Wang, H., Wang, H., Fu, H., Liu, C., Zeng, M., Yang, J., & Liu, L. (2018). Feeders facilitate telomere maintenance and chromosomal stability of embryonic stem cells. Nature Communications, 9(1), 2620.
  3. Zhou, Z., Wang, L., Ge, F., Gong, P., Wang, H., Wang, F., Chen, L., & Liu, L. (2018). Pold3 is required for genomic stability and telomere integrity in embryonic stem cells and meiosis.Nucleic Acids Research, 46(7), 3468-3486.
  4. Fu, H., Tian, C. L., Ye, X., Sheng, X., Wang, H., Liu, Y., & Liu, L. (2018). Dynamics of Telomere Rejuvenation during Chemical Induction to Pluripotent Stem Cells. Stem Cell Reports11(1), 70-87.
  5. Yang, J., Guo, R., Wang, H., Ye, X., Zhou, Z., Dan, J., Wang, H., Gong, P., Deng, W., Yin, Y., Mao, S., Wang, L., Ding, J., Li, J., Keefe, D. L., Dawlaty, M. M., Wang, J., Xu, G., & Liu, L. (2016). Tet Enzymes Regulate Telomere Maintenance and Chromosomal Stability of Mouse ESCs. Cell Reports, 15(8), 1809-1821.
  6. Mao, J., Zhang, Q., Deng, W., Wang, H., Liu, K., Fu, H., Zhao, Q., Wang, X., & Liu, L. (2017). Epigenetic Modifiers Facilitate Induction and Pluripotency of Porcine iPSCs. Stem Cell Reports, 8(1), 11-20.