Principal InvestigatorGenome Institute of Singapore
Yue Wan received her PhD degree in cancer biology from Stanford University, US, under the mentorship of Howard Y. Chang, during which she developed a high-throughput method for probing RNA structures genome-wide. She is currently a Principal Investigator at the Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS), a Society in Science-Branco Weiss Fellow, an EMBO Young Investigator and a CIFAR-Azrieli Global Scholar. She received the Young Scientist Award at the President’s Science and Technology Awards in Singapore in 2015 and the L’Oreal-UNESCO for Women in Science, Singapore National Fellowship in 2016. Her research interests include functional RNA structures and understanding their roles in regulating cellular biology.
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