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Dr. Lili Wang

Scientific Awards:

CSTL Technical Achievement Award, 2004

Emerald Honor Award from Minorities in Research/Career Communications Group, 2007


Memberships and Committees:

International Society for Advancement of Cytometry

IFCC cTnI Standardization Working Group

CLSI on Fluorescence Calibration and Quantitative Measurement of Fluorescence Intensity JCTLM on Blood Cell Counting


Representative Publications:

L. Wang, A.K. Gaigalas, G.E. Marti, F. Abbasi, R.A. Hoffman. Toward Quantitative Fluorescence Measurements with Multicolor Flow Cytometry. Cytometry Part A 73A, 279-288 (2008).

M. Panteghini, D.M. Bunk, R.H. Christenson, A. Katrukha, R.A. Porter, H. Schimmel, L. Wang, J. Tate. Standardization of Troponin I Measurements: An Update. Clin Chem Lab Med 46(11), 1501-1506 (2008).

J.E. Noble, L. Wang, M.J.A. Bailey, E. Cerasoli, R.A. Porter, A.K. Gaigalas. An International Comparability Study for Determination of the Sources of Uncertainty Associated with a Fluorescent ELISA. Clin Chem Lab Med 46(7), 1033-1045 (2008).

L. Wang, F. Abbasi, A.K. Gaigalas, R.A. Hoffman, D. Flagler, and G.E. Marti. Quantifying CD4 Expression on T Lymphocytes Using Fluorescein Conjugates in Comparison with Unimolar CD4-Phycoerythrin Conjugates. Cytometry Part B, Clinical Cytometry 72B: 442-449 (2007).

L. Wang, K. D. Cole, Hua-Jun He, A. Peterson, A.K. Gaigalas, Y. Zong. Epitope Selection of Monoclonal Antibodies for Interleukin-4 Quantification Using Suspension Arrays and Forward-Phase Protein Microarrays. J. Proteome Res 6, 4720-4727 (2007).

Hua-Jun He, R. Pires, Tie-Nian Zhu, A. Zhou, A.K. Gaigalas, S. Zou, L. Wang. A Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer Based Method for Detection of DNA Binding Activities of Nuclear Factor kB. BioTechniques 43, 93-98 (2007).

L. Wang, J. Blasic, M.J. Holden, and R. Pires. Sensitivity Comparison of Various Real-Time PCR Probe Designs on a Model DNA Plasmid. Anal. Biochem. 344, 257-265 (2005).

 

Multiple NIST-NRC and NIH/NIST NRC Postdoctoral Fellowship Opportunities:

Research focuses on quantitative fluorescence measurements pertinent to quantifying clinically relevant biological substances and interactions of protein-protein, protein-DNA, DNA-DNA and protein-cell.

Position:

Research Chemist
Biochemical Science Division
Bioassay Methods Group

Education:

B.S. Chemistry, Wuhan University (China), 1987

Ph.D. Chemistry, University of Notre Dame, 1996

Post Doc Department of Biological Chemistry, University of Maryland School of Medicine, 1996-1998

Contact

Phone: 1-301-975-2447
Email: lili.wang@nist.gov
Fax: 1-301-975-5449