Dr. Wenguang Shao
Wenguang received his Bachelor degree in Biomedical Engineering from Shanghai Jiao Tong University in 2008. After that, he received the M.Phil degree and the Ph.D. degree in the Bioengineering Graduate Program from the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST), in 2010 and in 2013, respectively. After one and half years’ postdoctoral training in HKUST, Wenguang has started his work in Professor Aebersold’s lab since 2015. His research focuses on the development of computational tools to facilitate large-scale data analysis, in particular, quantitative proteomics.
W. Shao, M. Zhang, H. Lam, S. Lau. “A peptide identification-free, genome sequence-independent shotgun proteomics workflow for strain-level bacterial differentiation." Scientific Reports (In press).
Ö. Önder, W. Shao, H. Lam, D. Brission. “Tracking the sources of blood meals of parasitic arthropods using shotgun proteomics and unidentified tandem mass spectral libraries." Nature Protocols 9, 842-850 (2014).
W. Shao, K. Zhu, H. Lam. “Refining similarity scoring to enable decoy-free validation in spectral library searching.” Proteomics 13, 3273-3283 (2013).
W. Shao, H. Lam. “Denoising peptide tandem mass spectra for spectral libraries: a Bayesian approach.” Journal of Proteome Research 12, 3223-3232 (2013).
Ö. Önder, W. Shao, B.Kemps, H. Lam, D. Brission. “Identifying sources of tick blood meals using unidentified tandem mass spectral libraries.”Nature Communications 4, 1746 (2013).
X. Zhang, Y. Li, W. Shao, H. Lam. “Understanding the improved sensitivity of spectral library searching over sequence database searching in proteomics data analysis.” Proteomics 11,1075-1085 (2011).