Dr. Guozheng Wang

University of Liverpool Institute of Infection and Global Health, UK



1998-2002 Ph.D., University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK

1985-1988 M.D., Southeast University, Nanjing, China

1977-1982 MBChB., Southeast University, Nanjing, China


Publications (Selected)

  1. Alhamdi Y, Neill DR, Abrams ST, Malak HA, Yahya R, Barrett-Jolley R, Wang G, Kadioglu A, Toh CH: Circulating Pneumolysin Is a Potent Inducer of Cardiac Injury during Pneumococcal Infection. PLoSPathog 2015; 11: e1004836.
  2. Alhamdi Y, Abrams ST, Cheng ZX, Jing S, Su DH, Liu ZY, Lane S, Welters I, Wang G, Toh CH: Circulating Histones Are Major Mediators of Cardiac Injury in Patients With Sepsis. Crit Care Med 2015; PMID:26121070.
  3. Alhamdi Y, Zi M, Abrams ST, Liu TT, Su DH, Welters I, Dutt T, Cartwright EJ, Wang G, Toh CH: Circulating histone concentrations differentially affect the predominance of left or right ventricular dysfunction in critical illness. Crit Care Med 2015; Accepted.
  4. Ou XL, Cheng ZX, Liu TT, Tang ZM, Huang W, Szatmary P, Zheng SY, Sutton R, Toh CH, Zhang N, Wang G:Circulating Histone Levels Reflect Disease Severity in Animal Models of Acute Pancreatitis. Pancreas 2015; 44:1089-95.
  5. Abrams ST, Zhang N, Manson J, Liu TT, Dart C, Baluwa F, Wang SS, Brohi K, Kipar A, Yu W, Wang G, Toh CH: Circulating histones are mediators of trauma-associated lung injury. AM J Resp Crit Care Med 2013; 187:160-169.
  6. Abrams S, Zhang N, Dart C, Wang SS, Thachil J, Yunyan Guan, Wang G, Toh CH: Human CRP defends against the toxicity of circulating histones. J Immunology 2013; 191: 160-169.
  7. Bai YY, Wang LS, Chang D, Zhao Z, Lu CQ, Wang G, Ju SH: Synergistic Effects of Transplanted Endothelial Progenitor Cells and RWJ 67657 in Diabetic Ischemic Stroke Models. Stroke 2015; DOI: 10.1161/STROKEAHA.114.008495.
  8. Chang D, Wang YC, Zhang SJ, Bai YY, Liu DF, Zang FC, Wang G, Wang BH, Ju SH:  Visualizing myocardial inflammation in a rat model of type 4 cardiorenal syndrome by dual-modality molecular imaging. Biomaterials 2015; 68:67-76.
  9. Mu XW, Pan C, Zheng SY, Alhamdi Y, Sun BW, Shi QK, Wang X, Sun ZW, Toh CH, Wang G: Protective Effects of Carbon Monoxide-Releasing Molecule-2 on the Barrier Function of Intestinal Epithelial Cells. Plos One 2014; 9: e104032.
  10. Du M, Wang G, Fernig D, Ismail TM, Gross S, Fernig D, Barraclough R, Rudland PS:S100P dissociates myosin IIA filaments and focal adhesion sites to reduce cell adhesion and enhance cell migration. J BiolChem 2012; 287:15330-44.
  11. Ismail T, Zhang S, FernigG, Martin-Fernandez M, Rudland PS, Tynan TJ, Wang G, Wilkinson M, Barraclough R. Self-association of calcium binding protein, S100A4. J BiolChem 2010; 285: 914-22.
  12. Aucott R, Bullwinkel J, Yu Y, Shi W, Billur M, Brown JP, Menzel U, Kioussis D, Wang G, Reisert I, Weimer J, Pandita RK, Sharma GG, Pandita TK, Fundele R, Singh PB: HP1 is required for development of the cerebral neocortex anddiaphragmatic neuromuscular junctions. J Cell Biol2008; 183:597-606.
  13. Ismail T, Fernig DG, Rudland PS, Terry CJ, Wang G, Barraclough R: The basic C-terminal amino acids of calcium-binding protein S100A4 promote metastasis. Carcinogenesis2008; 29:2259-66.
  14. Wang G, Platt-Higgins A, Carroll J, de Silva Rudland S, WinstanleyJ, Barraclough R, Rudland PS: Induction of metastasis by S100P in a rat mammary model and its association with poor survival of breast cancer patients. Cancer Res 2006; 66:1199-207.

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