November 9, 2017
Four From Asia Among EMBO Young Investigator 2017 Cohort
Four scientists from Asia have been selected for the prestigious EMBO Young Investigator Program. They are among a crop of 28 researchers under 40 years of age, hailing from 11 different countries, to be inducted into the program this year. They join a network of 47 current and 417 past Young Investigators who represent some of the best up-and-coming group leaders in the life sciences in the world.
Among the four Young Investigators from Asia is Dr. Wan Yue, a senior research scientist at the Genome Institute of Singapore, who studies functional RNA elements in transcriptomes through genome-wide detection of RNA structures. She completed her PhD at Stanford University and, in 2014, became the first Singaporean to win the Branco Weiss Fellowship. In the following year, she was recognized with Singapore’s Young Scientist Award in Biological and Biomedical Sciences at the President’s Science and Technology Awards. She also received the L’Oréal Singapore For Women In Science National Fellowship in 2016.
December 14, 2016
Asia’s Rising Scientists: Wan Yue
Wan Yue’s research could help enhance our understanding of how RNA functions in different cellular systems.
Mapping the Shapes of RNAs at High Speed
September 17, 2015
Dr Wan Yue wins Young Scientist Award
Dr Wan Yue, GIS Fellow, Genome Institute of Singapore, Agency for Science, Technology and Research has won Young Scientist Award for her research on using RNA structure analysis to identify new drug targets in pathogens.