Dr. Bryan S. Wang joined Penn State Berks in 2012 after a scientific career at MIT, Harvard University, Praecis Pharmaceuticals, and Centocor (Johnson & Johnson). He has published and patented research involving artificial evolution and X-ray crystallography of novel transcription factors, development of methods in combinatorial biology, and application of phage display for drug discovery. In addition to a variety of courses in biology and biochemistry and molecular biology, Dr. Wang also teaches and co-teaches interdisciplinary courses that combine art, writing, and science to explore the natural world, a focus of his scholarly work.
- Ph.D., Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
- B.S., Molecular and Cell Biology, Penn State University