Research Assistant joins NUS group to help with mouse breeding, histology

Yong Shan May has a BSc from the University of Malaya and will be defending her PhD thesis at NUS next year with title “ApoE isoform-specific modulation of NMDA receptor signalling pathway during ageing”. She has extensive expertise in experimental neuroscience including neuron isolation, immunohistochemistry and behavioural studies. Shan May joins our group to help with mouse breeding and genotyping, as well as immunohistochemical analyses of neurons in culture and tissue sections.

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