MD/PhD Student in Biomedical Engineering at Duke University
I graduated from the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, receiving a BA (with Honours) in Engineering, with a specialization in Bioengineering, and subsequently started my MD training at Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore. My prior research experiences involve biomaterials and mechanobiology, where I first worked on developing 3D microfibrous to expand and differentiate pluripotent stem cells and subsequently studied cytoskeletal forces in epithelial cells using traction force microscopy.
Currently, I am interested in developing molecular tools and technologies to study and manipulate neurons and their circuit dynamics.
BA (with Honours) in Engineering (Specialization in Bioengineering), University of Cambridge, United Kingdom, 2014
MD, Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore, In Progress