NTU School of Biological Sciences student Vanessa Koh took part in the Amgen Scholars Programme in 2019. The programme is specially designed by Harvard University and the Amgen Foundation to promote research to its scholars, and is heavily focused on lab attachments and industrial visits, and gives scholars the opportunity to be immersed in cultural experiences. Vanessa shares with us her meaningful experience in Kyoto University!
Congratulations to Ankur Sharma for winning the runner-up position in the Present Around the World (PATW) – Asia Pacific Finals 2019!
An SBS PhD student from Asst Prof Amartya Sanyal’s lab, Ankur represented Singapore to compete against the other representatives from Australia, New Zealand, Mainland China, Hong Kong, Malaysia, Brunei, Myanmar and Taiwan. His presentation on his research relating to explore the gene regulatory mechanisms of liver in different physiological and pathological conditions using mouse liver as a model eventually won him the honour.