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Prof. Hew Choy Leong honoured with the 2019 Outstanding Alumni Award for Academic Achievement

Prof. Hew Choy Leong, Emeritus Professor at NUS and Senior Advisor to the Mechanobiology Institute, was recently honoured with an Outstanding Alumni Award for Academic Achievement from Simon Fraser University, Canada.

By |2019-10-14T10:11:25+08:00Oct 7th, 2019|Categories: Awards, Main-1|Comments Off on Prof. Hew Choy Leong honoured with the 2019 Outstanding Alumni Award for Academic Achievement

MBI’s International Conference on Genomes and AI: From Packing to Regulation, October 2-4

MBI's upcoming conference will bring together leading international experts, early-career scientists and students at the intersection of genome biology and machine learning to spur new collaborations across disciplinary boundaries. This is critical for uncovering the mechanogenomic codes that link genome architecture, regulation and function, and ultimately for the development of new biomarkers and therapeutic interventions. The International Conference on Genomes and AI: From Packing to Regulation will cover the following three major themes: 1) Single-cell 1D and 3D Genomics: Experiments and Modeling, 2) Networks: From Expression to Regulatory Modules, and 3) Genome Architecture: Regulation and Biomarkers

By |2019-10-02T16:40:23+08:00Sep 16th, 2019|Categories: Main-1|Comments Off on MBI’s International Conference on Genomes and AI: From Packing to Regulation, October 2-4

About the National University of Singapore

About NUSA leading global university centred in Asia, NUS is Singapore's flagship university, offering a global approach to education and research with a focus on Asian perspectives and expertise.

About the Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore

About MBIOne of four Research Centres of Excellence at NUS, MBI is working to identify, measure and describe how the forces for motility and morphogenesis are expressed at the molecular, cellular and tissue level.