Two new Research Assistants join NUS group

Shuhailah Salim holds a Bachelor in Science from Nanyang Technological University. She did a research internship at the Institute of Molecular and Cell biology (IMCB, A*STAR). She joins our NUS group to support biochemical, tissue culture and drug screening studies.

New Chih Sheng holds a Bachelor in Science from the University of Toronto. He did a research internship at the Institute of Molecular and Cell biology (IMCB, A*STAR). She joins our NUS group to support our metabolism research projects with mouse genotyping and tissue culture.

New Research Fellow joins NUS group to investigate p75NTR-mediated neurodegeneration mechanisms

Yi Chenju holds a Bachelor in Clinical Medicine from Tongji Medical College, Huazhong University of Science and Technology, China, a PhD in Neurology form the same institution and an MD from the Institute of Brain Research, University of Tübingen, Germany. She performed postdoctoral studies at College de France under the direction of Drs. Christian Gaume and Annette Koulakoff. Chenju is joining the NUS group to lead investigations on p75NTR-mediated mechanisms of neurodegeneration in mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease.

 

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