Bing Wang

Assoc Professor

1994 …2023
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Biography

Dr Bing Hui Wang trained in Chemistry (BSc and MSc) and gained a PhD in the Department of Biochemistry, La Trobe University. His post-doctoral research has been in the area of cellular signaling in cardiac vascular diseases. He was a senior research officer at the Baker Heart Research Institute for four years and involved in studies on the roles of adrenergic receptors in cardiac function and discovered inositol polyphosphate 1-phosphatase as a novel anti-hypertrophic factor.

He then changed his career to commercial research in biotechnology industry. During his research as the Senior Scientist and Head of the Molecular Biology Department, at Cytopia Pty Ltd he made substantial contributions to many of the patents and other intellectual properties.

In October, 2005, Dr Wang re-joined academic research by taking up a Senior Research Fellow position with Prof Henry Krum, Centre of Cardiovascular Research and Education in Therapeutics, Department of Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine, Monash University. Under the mentorship of Prof Krum, Dr Wang has made significant progress and contribution to academic research in the areas of cardiovascular pharmacology, drug discovery and development, and cardiorenal syndrome research. Dr Wang has expertise in molecular and cellular biology, biomarkers and protein biochemistry, drug design and development, natural products chemistry and pharmacology, especially in signaling mechanisms of inflammatory cytokines and mediators/biomarkers in cardiovascular and renal diseases including heart failure and chronic kidney diseases.

Education/Academic qualification

Biochemistry and Chemistry, PhD, La Trobe University

1 Feb 19931 Jul 1996

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Projects 2007 2023

Research Output 1994 2019

Effects of VCP979 Novel p38 Mitogen Activated Protein Kinase Inhibitor on Progression of Pancreatic Cancer in Mouse Model with Diabetic Conditions

Xu, T., Ding, J., Ge, H., Xu, X., Scammells, P., Wang, B. & Ju, S., 1 Jun 2019, In : Journal of Biomedical Nanotechnology. 15, 6, p. 1325-1333 9 p.

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Molecular mechanisms of protein-bound uremic toxin-mediated cardiac, renal and vascular effects: underpinning intracellular targets for cardiorenal syndrome therapy

Savira, F., Magaye, R., Hua, Y., Liew, D., Kaye, D., Marwick, T. & Wang, B. H., 15 Jun 2019, In : Toxicology Letters. 308, p. 34-49 16 p.

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Prediction of incident heart failure by serum amino-terminal pro-B-type natriuretic peptide level in a community-based cohort

Campbell, D. J., Gong, F. F., Jelinek, M. V., Castro, J. M., Coller, J. M., McGrady, M., Boffa, U., Shiel, L., Wang, B. H., Liew, D., Wolfe, R., Stewart, S., Owen, A. J., Krum, H., Reid, C. M. & Prior, D. L., Apr 2019, In : European Journal of Heart Failure. 21, 4, p. 449-459 11 p.

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The role of dihydrosphingolipids in disease

Magaye, R. R., Savira, F., Hua, Y., Kelly, D. J., Reid, C., Flynn, B., Liew, D. & Wang, B. H., Mar 2019, In : Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences. 76, 6, p. 1107-1134 28 p.

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