Research in the Wang Lab focuses on molecular imaging in the digestive tract and emphasizes the development and validation of novel molecular imaging methods and systems for early detection of disease. We are located on the Medical School campus near the main hospital and in between the Engineering and Science campuses.
University of Michigan Biomedical Science Research Building
The Wang Lab focuses on cutting edge translational research that bridges the College
of Engineering with the School of Medicine at the University of Michigan. Collaborative efforts between investigators from these two
separate campuses accelerate biomedical research performed to
advance high resolution imaging methods to investigate the molecular properties of biology and disease within the
native tissue microenvironment in living animals and human subjects.
About the PI: Thomas D. Wang, MD,PhD
Dr. Thomas D. Wang gained his Bachelor's degree in mathematics and physics from Harvey Mudd College, and his Master's in Electrical Engineering and PhD in Medical Engineering from MIT and Medical Degree from Harvard Medical School in the Health Sciences and Technology (HST) program. Then, he completed his Residency in Internal Medicine at Boston University and fellowship in Gastroenterology at Stanford University. Dr. Wang is currently the H. Marvin Pollard Collegiate Professor of Endoscopy Research and Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, Biomedical Engineering, and Mechanical Engineering at the University of Michigan.