Dr. Lisa Wang’s research interests focus on the molecular pathogenesis of osteosarcoma. She specifically focuses on the RECQL4 pathway and Rothmund-Thomson syndrome (RTS), a rare, inherited disorder that predisposes affected individuals to developing osteosarcoma.
Her research goals include:
Linchao Lu, PhD received his graduate degree training in the Department of Cell Biology at Albert Einstein College of Medicine where he studied the role of O-fucose glycans in Notch signaling. His current work focuses on the development and characterization of genetically engineered mouse models of Rothmund-Thomson syndrome in order to study the role of RECQL4 in skeletal development and osteosarcoma predisposition.