New research assistant joins NUS group to help in the art of culturing neurons

Jason Tann obtained a Bachelor degree in Bioengineering from the National University of Singapore in 2012. He has expertise in diverse cell culture techniques, including primary neurons and stem cells, from several research projects conducted at the Department of Bioengineering, NUS, and the ASTAR/Duke-NUS  Neuroscience Research Partnership. He joins the group to assist with primary neuron culture studies to understand death receptor signaling in health and disease.

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