HUANG Weihao Caleb, PhD
Thesis Title: The Effects of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) on the Release of Inflammatory Mediators From Mouse Macrophages
Huang CW, Feng W, Peh MT, Peh K, Dymock BW and Moore PK. A novel slow-releasing hydrogen sulfide donor, FW1256, exerts anti-inflammatory effects in mouse macrophages and in vivo.
Pharmacol Res. 2016 Sep 27; 113(Pt A): 533-546
Huang CW, Moore PK. H2S Synthesizing Enzymes: Biochemistry and Molecular Aspects.
TAN Mei Hui, PhD
Thesis Title: Analysis of Retinal Images for Glaucoma Diagnosis
Also award Best Oral Presentation
ER Jun Cheng, PhD
Thesis Title: The Evolution of Fluorescent Probe Development
MegaStokes Amino-Triazolyl-BODIPYs Compounds and Application To Live Neuron Staining and Human Serum Albumin FA1 Drug Site Probing, Chang, Y. T.; Er, J. C.; Leong, C. K. M.; Yun, S. W.; Vendrell, M. E.; Tang, M.K.; US Provisional Appl. 61/745916 (2012 Dec 26) PCT Int. Appl. PCT/SG2013/000550 (2013 Dec 26).
CHUA En Lin Christelle, PhD
Thesis Title: Investigations on Rab31's Role in EGFR Trafficking and Neural Progenitor Cell Differentiation Towards Astroglia
YIM Guo Rong Daniel, PhD
Thesis Title: The Regulation of Sprouty by Casein Kinase 1
Rafi Rashid, PhD
Thesis Title: The Biophysical Properties of Macromolecular Crowders and their Uptake, Distribution and Fate in Cells
Process and Materials for Medical Applications. Inventors: Raghunath M, Beyer S, Rashid R, Blocki AM, Trau D, Wohland T (2013).
LAI Chow Yin, PhD
Thesis Title: Identification and Control of Nonlinear Systems using Multiple Models
CHEN Zhen Cheng, Clarice, PhD
Thesis Title: Towards Topical Antifibrotics in Tissue Engineering and Repair
CHEN Zhi Xiong, PhD
Thesis Title: Role of Bcl-2 in metabolic and redox regulation via its effects on cytochrome c oxidase and mitochondrial functions in tumor cells
Selected Peer-reviewed Publications
LIM Shushan Linda, PhD
Thesis Title: Dual Roles of Transcription Factor Zic3 in Regulating Embryonic Stem Cell Pluripotency and Differentiation
Farhana Binte Mohmammed Anuar, PhD
Thesis Title: The role of nitric oxide and other gaseous mediators in cardiovascular disease models; emphasis on septic shock