Sheng Feng, Ph.D., is a trainee in the Clinical Chemistry Fellowship Program in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Dr. Feng received a Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences from Henan Normal University and a Master of Science in Cell Biology from Beijing Normal University in China before moving to the University of South Carolina to pursue his PhD in Chemistry. Drawing upon his expertise in cell biology, biomedical engineering, and clinical chemistry, his clinical research focuses on clinical utilization of mass spectrometry, and using biomedical informatics for better patient care.
Ping Wang, PhD, D(ABCC), FAACC is currently Chief of Clinical Chemistry and Director of Core Laboratory at Hospital of University of Pennsylvania (HUP), and Associate Professor of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at University of Pennsylvania. In her clinical role, she oversees the clinical operation of a 10-million tests/year core lab and 3-million tests/year point-of-care testing. In her research role, Dr. Wang conducts research aiming to improve precision-based disease diagnosis and prognosis by developing next-generation central laboratory methods and point of care devices with novel sensors, materials and microfluidics. She is Principle Investigator on many NIH and industry funded projects, and holds patents and published extensively on these topics.