BIOS 2017: Biological Symposium by the MBI WIS Initiative
September 15th, 2017
Level 5, T-Lab, Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore
The Mechanobiology Institute (MBI) Women in Science (WIS) is hosting the second of BIOS series, BIOS 2017, on Friday, the 15th of September 2017. This is a free biology symposium that aims to promote biological sciences by bringing together scientists from diverse realms of life sciences research in Singapore. BIOS2017 is a one-of-a kind symposium that will feature work of women researchers from institutes such as NUS, IMCB, CSI, DUKE-NUS, IMB and NTU. With a specific focus on junior careers in academia, BIOS 2017 will also have a panel discussion towards the end of the symposium.
The keynote speaker is Dr. Clare M. Waterman, who is an NIH Distinguished Investigator at the Laboratory of Cell and Tissue Morphodynamics, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute (NHLB), USA. The symposium is free and open to all and we look forward to your participation.
Clare Waterman (NHLBI, NIH, USA), keynote speaker
Huili Guo, IMCB, L’Oreal awardee
Yvonne Tay, CSI
Veronique Angeli, Department of Microbiology, NUS
Antonia Montero, DBS
Karen Crasta, LKC School of Medicine
Hongyang Wang, Duke-NUS
Bindu Sukurman, Duke-NUS