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Stephanie Wang, MD

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  • Primary Care, Adult
  • Internal Medicine
Board Certification:
  • Internal Medicine (PCP)
Faculty Rank: Instructor
Medical or Graduate Education: Rush Medical College
Residency: Rush University Medical Center - Internal Medicine
Languages Spoken:
  • French
  • Portuguese
  • Spanish
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Below is a list of scientific publications for which this practitioner was either the primary author or a contributor. Citations come from PubMed, a database of biomedical literature, life science journals and online books. PubMed is a service of the US Library of Medicine at the National Institutes of Health. Click on the title of the cited work for more information (this will take you directly to Listings go back five years.

  1. Standardized patient-based assessment of dermatology resident communication and interpersonal skills.
    Wang S, Shadrake L, Lyon MJ, Kim H, Yudkowsky R, Hernandez C
    JAMA Dermatol
    2015 Mar
  2. KRAS Genomic Status Predicts the Sensitivity of Ovarian Cancer Cells to Decitabine.
    Stewart ML, Tamayo P, Wilson AJ, Wang S, Chang YM, Kim JW, Khabele D, Shamji AF, Schreiber SL
    Cancer Res.
    2015 Jul 15
  3. Use of a melanoma simulation model in a dermatology objective structured clinical examination station.
    Wang S, Seelaus R, Rea CA, Hernandez C
    Med Teach
    2015 Feb
  4. Optogenetic neuronal stimulation promotes functional recovery after stroke.
    Cheng MY, Wang EH, Woodson WJ, Wang S, Sun G, Lee AG, Arac A, Fenno LE, Deisseroth K, Steinberg GK
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.
    2014 Sep 2
  5. Evaluation of educational videos to increase skin cancer risk awareness and sun-safe behaviors among adult Hispanics.
    Hernandez C, Wang S, Abraham I, Angulo MI, Kim H, Meza JR, Munoz A, Rodriguez L, Uddin S
    J Cancer Educ
    2014 Sep
  6. Generalized, pruritic skin eruption in an immunocompromised patient.
    Wang S, Basko-Plluska J, Tsoukas MM
    Dermatol Pract Concept
    2014 Oct
  7. Regulation of the gut-specific carboxypeptidase: a study using the binary Gal4/UAS system in the mosquito Aedes aegypti.
    Zhao B, Kokoza VA, Saha TT, Wang S, Roy S, Raikhel AS
    Insect Biochem. Mol. Biol.
    2014 Nov
  8. Specificity and Engagement: Increasing ELSI's Relevance to Nano-Scientists.
    Shumpert BL, Wolfe AK, Bjornstad DJ, Wang S, Campa MF
  9. Acquired microcystic lymphatic malformation of the distal upper extremity mimicking verrucae vulgaris.
    Wang S, Krulig E, Hernandez C
    Pediatr Dermatol
    2013 Sep-Oct
  10. An interactive resource to identify cancer genetic and lineage dependencies targeted by small molecules.
    Basu A, Bodycombe NE, Cheah JH, Price EV, Liu K, Schaefer GI, Ebright RY, Stewart ML, Ito D, Wang S, Bracha AL, Liefeld T, Wawer M, Gilbert JC, Wilson AJ, Stransky N, Kryukov GV, Dancik V, Barretina J, Garraway LA, Hon CS, Munoz B, Bittker JA, Stockwell BR, Khabele D, Stern AM, Clemons PA, Shamji AF, Schreiber SL
    2013 Aug 29
  11. miR-150 blocks MLL-AF9-associated leukemia through oncogene repression.
    Bousquet M, Zhuang G, Meng C, Ying W, Cheruku PS, Shie AT, Wang S, Ge G, Wong P, Wang G, Safe S, Zhou B
    Mol. Cancer Res.
    2013 Aug
  12. Shared visual attention reduces hindsight bias.
    Wu DA, Shimojo S, Wang SW, Camerer CF
    Psychol Sci
    2012 Dec
  13. Misfolded proteins impose a dosage-dependent fitness cost and trigger a cytosolic unfolded protein response in yeast.
    Geiler-Samerotte KA, Dion MF, Budnik BA, Wang SM, Hartl DL, Drummond DA
    Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A.
    2011 Jan 11
  14. Does recession reduce global health aid? Evidence from 15 high-income countries, 1975-2007.
    Stuckler D, Basu S, Wang SW, McKee M
    Bull. World Health Organ.
    2011 Apr 1
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