Dr. Ching-Hua Wang's educational background includes a diploma from Beijing School of Foreign Languages, an M.D. degree from Beijing Medical College, a Master's degree in immunology from Beijing Medical University and a PhD in immunology from Cornell University.
In 1990, she joined the Biology Department of the California State University at San Bernardino (CSUSB) at the rank of assistant professor. She was promoted to associate professor in 1994 and to professor in 1999. She has taught numerous lower- and upper-division and graduate level biology courses and is enthusiastic about teaching and dedicated to her students. Her personal experience as a school teacher in a remote village of Inner Mongolia during the Chinese Cultural Revolution led to her strong commitment to public education, especially to helping disadvantaged young children.
Students at CSUSB have consistently ranked her as one of the best instructors of the Biology Department, and many of her graduates attended medical, dental, pharmacy and other professional or graduate schools.
Dr. Wang's research interests are to study the mechanisms of immunological resistance to infectious diseases. She has supervised many undergraduate and graduate students in their research, published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, and won competitive grants. Before coming to CSUCI, she was professor of Immunology and Microbiology and Graduate Coordinator of the Master's Program of the Biology Department, Chair of the Retention, Tenure and Promotion Committee of the College of Natural Sciences, member of the Graduate Council, faculty advisor for international students, and the vice-president of the Asian Faculty, Staff and Student Association at CSUSB.