At Pong, the science of mobile device antennas—and ensuring that they interact optimally with both wireless networks and users–is our core focus. We use our deep scientific expertise to protect people from cell phone radiation, and we are proud to have a team of experts covering a range of related disciplines. You may have seen some of Dr. Rong Wang’s articles here on the Pong Pulse, and now we would like officially to introduce her to you.
Dr. Rong Wang is the Chief Science Officer for Pong Research. She is a leading member of our scientific team and has been involved with Pong since its inception. Dr. Wang is responsible for the scientific integrity of Pong’s published content and serves as lead technical/scientific writer and media representative on scientific matters. She also participates in product research and development and helps identify and qualify new technologies and applications complementary to Pong. She is our resident expert on the biological and health effects of cell phone radiation and the ongoing studies surrounding this subject.
Background & Training
Dr. Wang received her Ph.D. from the Nuclear Science and Engineering Department of MIT, jointly from the Harvard-MIT Division of Health Sciences and Technology in 2005. Prior to that, she received her bachelor’s degree in Engineering Physics from Tsinghua University in China. Prior to Pong, Dr. Wang spent 5 years in a Los Angeles laboratory as Project Manager and Senior Scientist where she played an important role in a number of technology innovations ranging from medical isotopes to cell phone antenna technology.
Work with Pong
Dr. Wang’s unique and solid training in both engineering and health disciplines from MIT and Harvard empowered her to work with a team of colleagues to develop the early prototypes for Pong’s internationally patented coupling antenna technology. Through her extensive education and research she has become an expert in the field of biological and health effects of radiation, including cell phone radiation.
Dr. Wang is very excited about the opportunity to apply her knowledge and expertise to the field of wireless wellness and performance. She has already written extensively for the Pong Blog and continues to monitor the ongoing studies around the health effects of cell phone radiation. We’ve included links to some of her most impactful posts below.
- New Study Found Tripled Brain Tumor Risk for Long-Term Cell Phone Users
- How to Understand and Find Specific Absorption Rate (SAR) of Your Mobile Device
- How Do Cell Phones Work?
- Are Cell Phones Safe?
- Are US Cell Phone Safety Standards Safe Enough?
- How to Interpret Scientific Findings In the Cell Phone Radiation Controversy
- Application of the Precautionary Principle to Cell Phone Radiation