Yue Wan

Principal Investigator

Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS)

Yue Wan received her PhD degree in cancer biology from Stanford University, US, under the mentorship of Howard Y. Chang, where she developed a high-throughput method for probing genome-wide RNA structures. She is currently a Principal Investigator at the Genome Institute of Singapore (GIS). She was previously a Society in Science-Branco Weiss Fellow, an EMBO Young Investigator and a CIFAR-Azrieli Global Scholar. In 2015, she was honoured with the Young Scientist Award at the President’s Science and Technology Awards in Singapore, followed by the L’Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science, Singapore National Fellowship in 2016. Wan’s research focuses on functional RNA structures and their roles in cellular biology regulation.

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