New postdoc fellow joins NUS group to develop novel, mechanism-based approaches to modulate death receptor signaling

Eddy Goh obtained a PhD in Biochemistry at University College London, UK, under the supervision of Prof. Ivan Gout for his work on the nuclear functions of ribosomal S6 kinases. He did postdoctoral studies at the University of Dundee, Scotland, under the direction of Prof. Philip Cohen. Here Eddy studied mechanisms of regulation of E3 ligases in innate immunity. At our NUS group, he will investigate the mechanisms by which p75ntr couples to the NFkB pathway and devise novel mechanism-based approaches to modulate p75 signaling with small molecules.

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