Yu Hao Wang, MS

  • Graduate Student Researcher

Education & Training

  • BS, Biological Sciences, University of Rochester, 2018
  • MS, Biotechnology, University of Pennsylvania, 2020
  • PhD, Microbiology and Immunology, University of Pittsburgh, 2025

Selected Publications

Wang YH, Wang YC, Wu PH, Hsu L, Su HH. 2015. Investigation into the Correlation between Certain Aspects of Bedroom Environment with Mold Growth. Journal of Undergraduate Research, University of Rochester. 14:32-37.

Wang YH, Wang YC, Wu PH, Hsu L, Wang CY, Jan CR, Su HH. 2017. A cross-sectional study into the correlation of common household risk factors and allergic rhinitis in Taiwan’s tropical environment. Asian-Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine. 10:134-140.

Wang YH, Su, HH, Hsu L, Wang CY, Wu PH. 2018. Correlation between Novel Potential Indoor Risk Factors and Frequency of Doctor's Visit for Respiratory Problem in Taiwan's Tropical Environment. International Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine. 9:10-22.

Chang HW, Chen CY, Feng SH, Hong CH, Huang TY, Wang YH, Lee CH, Hsueh YP. 2017. Forward genetic screens identified C. elegans mutants with intact sensory neurons acts resistant to Pleurotus ostreatus. Poster presented at: Institute of Molecular Biology Summer Internship Program Poster Exhibition; 2017 Aug 31; Academia Sinica, Taipei, ROC.

Chang HW, Chen CY, Feng SH, Hong CH, Huang TY, Wang YH, Lee CH, Hsueh YP. 2017. Genetic screen of nematode C. elegans for trap resistance against nematode-trapping fungus A. oligospora. Poster presented at: Institute of Molecular Biology Summer Internship Program Poster Exhibition; 2017 Aug 31; Academia Sinica, Taipei, ROC.

Chang HW, Chen CY, Feng SH, Hong CH, Huang TY, Wang YH, Lin HC, Yang CT, Hsueh YP. 2017. Isolation of nematodes, nematode-trapping fungi, and mushrooms found in LaLa Mountain. Poster presented at: Institute of Molecular Biology Summer Internship Program Poster Exhibition; 2017 Aug 31; Academia Sinica, Taipei, ROC.

Academic and Research Interests

  • Non-Tuberculosis Mycobacteria
  • Biofilm Formation
  • Cystic Fibrosis
  • Artificial Evolution 
  • Mipact-HCR