Dr. Wenge Zhu is a Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Medicine Department at The George Washington University School of Medicine and Health Science. He was trained in cell and molecular biology at University of Vermont, Harvard Medical School, University of Virginia and NIH before joining GWU as an assistant professor. His group focus on DNA replication, cell cycle, DNA repair, drug discovery and drug resistance in cancer with supporting by multiple grants from NIH and ACS. In addition to basic research, his group has identified multiple compounds for potential cancer treatment and filed five patents for cancer therapy. Currently, he is an associate editor for Cancer Medicine and editorial board member of JBC. He also serves as the permanent or Ad hoc review members for multiple study sections of NIH, ACS, etc.
PhD, University of Vermont, 2003
BS, Nankai University, 1990