Locations

Specialty

Pathology

Organization

Rady Children's Specialists of San Diego

Medical Group / IPA

CPMG/RCHN/RCSSD

Medical School

Tongji Medical University

Residency

Boston University Medical Center, Drexel College of Medicine Hahnemann Univ Hosp

Fellowship

Children's Hospital Cincinnati Ohio, Indiana University Hospital

Board Certifications

Anatomic and Clinical Pathology, Hematology, Pediatric Pathology

Gender

F

Bio

Dr. Dehua Wang is a pediatric pathologist and hematopathologist at Rady Children's Hospital-San Diego and a clinical associate professor at UC San Diego School of Medicine.

After graduating from Hubei University of Medicine with a medical degree and Beijing Medical University with a Master of Science in Pathology, she completed residencies in clinical pathology and anatomic pathology at Drexel/Hahnemann University Hospital and Boston University Medical Center, followed by a fellowship in hematopathology at Indiana University and in pediatric pathology at Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

Dr. Wang's clinical interests are in all aspects of pediatric pathology and hematopathology. She enjoys teaching medial staff and students. Her research interests are diverse but focus on pediatric blood and lymphoid tissue-related disorders. She is a member of the Children's Oncology Group, Society of Pediatric Pathology, Society of Hematopathology, College of American Pathologists, United States and Canadian Academy of Pathology, and Chinese American Pathologists Association.




Publications

Infantile leukemia-What factors determine its distinct biological nature? Clinicopathological study of 78 cases
Liu X, Zhao Y, Luedke C, Jug R, Yang LH, Lu M, Pan Z, Wang D, Lorsbach R, Shi Y, Knez V, Rehder C, Liang X, Wang E

PD-L1 expression in angiomatoid fibrous histiocytoma
Byers J, Yin H, Rytting H, Logan S, He M, Yu Z, Wang D, Warren M, Mangray S, Dehner LP, Zhou S

Clinicopathologic and genetic spectrum of infantile B-lymphoblastic leukemia: a multi-institutional study
Knez V, Liu X, Schowinsky J, Pan Z, Wang D, Lorsbach R, Lu C, Luedke C, Haag M, Carstens B, Swisshelm K, Yang LH, Jug R, Wang E, Liang X

Ubiquitination of hnRNPA1 by TRAF6 links chronic innate immune signaling with myelodysplasia
Fang J, Bolanos LC, Choi K, Liu X, Christie S, Akunuru S, Kumar R, Wang D, Chen X, Greis KD, Stoilov P, Filippi MD, Maciejewski JP, Garcia-Manero G, Weirauch MT, Salomonis N, Geiger H, Zheng Y, Starczynowski DT

Prevalence of RhD variants, confirmed by molecular genotyping, in a multiethnic prenatal population
Wang D, Lane C, Quillen K

NF-kappa B p50 regulates C/EBP alpha expression and inflammatory cytokine-induced neutrophil production
Wang D, Paz-Priel I, Friedman AD

C/EBP alpha:AP-1 leucine zipper heterodimers bind novel DNA elements, activate the PU.1 promoter and direct monocyte lineage commitment more potently than C/EBP alpha homodimers or AP-1
Cai DH, Wang D, Keefer J, Yeamans C, Hensley K, Friedman AD

C/EBP alpha:AP-1 leucine zipper heterodimers bind novel DNA elements, activate the PU.1 promoter and direct monocyte lineage commitment more potently than C/EBP alpha homodimers or AP-1
Cai DH, Wang D, Keefer J, Yeamans C, Hensley K, Friedman AD

C/EBPalpha binds and activates the PU.1 distal enhancer to induce monocyte lineage commitment
Yeamans C, Wang D, Paz-Priel I, Torbett BE, Tenen DG, Friedman AD

C/EBPalpha directs monocytic commitment of primary myeloid progenitors
Wang D, D'Costa J, Civin CI, Friedman AD

Autophagy delays apoptotic death in breast c�ancer cells following DNA damage
Abedin MJ, Wang D, McDonnell MA, Lehmann U, Kelekar A

CCAAT/enhancer binding protein alpha (C/EBPalpha) and C/EBPalpha myeloid oncoproteins induce bcl-2 via interaction of their basic regions with nuclear factor-kappaB p50
Paz-Priel I, Cai DH, Wang D, Kowalski J, Blackford A, Liu H, Heckman CA, Gombart AF, Koeffler HP, Boxer LM, Friedman AD

Multi-probe RPA template sets to study RNA modulation and transcriptional control of BH3-only members of the Bcl-2 family
Wang D, McDonnell MA, Kelekar A

Caspase-9 is activated in a cytochrome c-independent manner early during TNFalpha-induced apoptosis in murine cells
McDonnell MA, Wang D, Khan SM, Vander Heiden MG, Kelekar A

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