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Wang Guanyu

Associate Professor

Department of Biolgoy


Professional Experience:

2013--    Associate Professor, South University of Science and Technology of China

2006--2012,Assistant Research Professor, George Washington University  

2005--2006,Research Scientist, Rice University 

2003--2005,Assistant Professor, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston

2000--2002,Postdocal fellow, University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston 

1999--2000,  Instructor, Zhejiang University


Educational Background:

2005  PhD in medical science,  University of Cologne, Germany

1998  PhD in engineering,       Zhejiang University 

1993  B.S. Jilin University


Selected Publication:

G. Wang*. Raison d'e^tre of insulin resistance: the adjustable threshold hypothesis. J R Soc Interface 11(101):20140892, 2014.

G. Wang*.  Analysis of Complex Diseases: A Mathematical Perspective. CRC press, Boca Raton, FL, 2013.

G. Wang*. Optimal homeostasis necessitates bistable control. J R Soc Interface 9(75): 2723-2734, 2012.

G. Wang, C. Du, H. Chen, R. Simha, Y. Rong, Y. Xiao, and C. Zeng*. Process-based network decomposition reveals backbone motif structure. Proc Natl Acad Sci USA 107 (23): 10478-10483, 2010.

G. Wang and M. W. Deem. Physical theory of the competition that allows HIV to escape from the immune system.Phys Rev Lett 97: 188106, 2006.

G. Wang* and S. He. A quantitative study on detection and estimation of weak signals by using chaotic Duffing oscillators. IEEE Trans Circuit Sys I: Fundamental Theory and Application 50(7): 945-953, 2003.

G. Wang*, D. Chen, J. Lin and X. Chen. The application of chaotic oscillators to weak signal processing. IEEE Transaction Industrial Electronics 46(2):440-444, 1999.

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