Samuel Gan was the Senior Principal Investigator at the Antibody and Product Development Lab of A*STAR and is adjunct Associate Professor at James Cook University Singapore (JCUS). Gan’s cross-disciplinary research interests include antibody engineering and virus drug resistance for sagacious drug design. He has been recognised as one of the “World’s Most Promising Researchers” in the Interstellar Initiative by the New York Academy of Sciences and the Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development, as well as one of the 30 world class fusion innovators in the book “Innovation Through Fusion” by SP Jain School of Global Management. He is also the Bronze winner of the inaugural Merck Lab Connectivity Challenge 2020, and the 2021-22 “Science and Sustainability” category of the UK Alumni Awards, Singapore.
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