Winson Tang Graduate of Tufts University Winson Tang is a clinical scientist and physician. He graduated from Tufts University in four years with a combined Bachelor of Science and Master’s degree in Organic Chemistry. Subsequently, he earned his medical degree from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York and then completed an Internal Medicine residency at the University of Southern California. He completed an additional year as Chief Medical Resident prior to undertaking post-doctoral research in Immunology at The Scripps Research Institute.
Winson Tang Working for Sangamo Bioscience Winson Tang is a clinical research scientist at Sangamo Bioscience, a clinical development stage company that specializes in Zinc Finger Proteins. Currently, he is working on a cell therapy agent (SB-728-T) that is being tested in HIV infected patients. He is also working on other gene/cell therapy programs at Sangamo BioSciences for the treatment of orphan diseases such as beta-thalassemia and Huntington Chorea.
Winson Tang : Long Career in Medical Research Winson Tang has seen his share of patients as a physician, but since completing his post-doctoral training at The Scripps Research Institute, he has worked in positions of increasing responsibility at a number of biotechnology companies including Amgen, Tularik, Isis, and Sangamo BioSciences. He has expertise in multiple technology platforms including proteins, small molecules, anti-sense oligonucleotides, and gene and cell therapy. He has successfully developed multiple therapies that have been approved for commercialization in in both the United States and European Union.
Winson Tang Experience in Multiple Technology Platforms Winson Tang is a physician and clinical researcher/scientist based in California. He worked for several years as a physician and then moved into research and the development of new treatments for patients with many types of conditions and diseases. He has worked at a number of biotechnology companies and has experience with multiple technology platforms including proteins, small molecules, anti-sense oligonucleotides, and gene and cell therapy.
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