Roland Wu, MD

Cardiologist

Roland Wu is a cardiologist specializing in noninvasive cardiovascular medicine and echocardiography. He analyzes patient's test results in the echocardiography laboratory. His research at UCSF involves working with genetic models to study cardiac injury and cardiovascular disease.

Wu earned a computer engineering degree from Cornell University and received his medical training at the University of Texas Medical School in Houston. He completed a research fellowship at Columbia University with Steven Marx – known for his work developing novel therapies to treat cardiovascular diseases – before joining UCSF for his cardiology fellowship and postdoctoral training with Shaun Coughlin at the Cardiovascular Research Institute.

Clinics

Cardiovascular Care and Prevention Center at Mission Bay
535 Mission Bay Blvd. South
San Francisco, CA 94158
Phone: (415) 353-2873
Fax: (415) 353-2528

Hours: Monday to Friday
8 a.m. – 5 p.m.

Academic Title

Assistant Professor

More about Roland Wu

Education

University of Texas Health Science Ctr at Houston 2003

Residencies

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center 2006

Fellowships

UCSF Medical Center 2013

Selected Research and Publications

  1. Wu RS, Lam II, Clay H, Duong DN, Deo RC, Coughlin SR. A Rapid Method for Directed Gene Knockout for Screening in G0 Zebrafish. Dev Cell. 2018 Jul 02; 46(1):112-125.e4.
  2. Zhang Q, Huang H, Zhang L, Wu R, Chung CI, Zhang SQ, Torra J, Schepis A, Coughlin SR, Kornberg TB, Shu X. Visualizing Dynamics of Cell Signaling In Vivo with a Phase Separation-Based Kinase Reporter. Mol Cell. 2018 Jan 18; 69(2):347.
  3. Zhang Q, Huang H, Zhang L, Wu R, Chung CI, Zhang SQ, Torra J, Schepis A, Coughlin SR, Kornberg TB, Shu X. Visualizing Dynamics of Cell Signaling In Vivo with a Phase Separation-Based Kinase Reporter. Mol Cell. 2018 Jan 18; 69(2):334-346.e4.

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