16 March 2018
Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology (IMCB) Dinner & Dance.

01 December 2017
Inaugural NCRIS Retreat @ Shangri-la Rasa Sentosa Resort & Spa..

Image source: TODAY

09 October 2017
Good news for durian-lovers! We just published the draft genome of tropical fruit durian in Nature Genetics.
It has received wide media coverage. Visit The Straits Times, Channel NewsAsia and TODAY for more information.

06 March 2017
Our collaborative work with Chang Gung Memorial Hospital on bladder cancer has been published in Science Translational Medicine: "Loss of tumor suppressor KDM6A amplifies PRC2-regulated transcriptional repression in bladder cancer and can be targeted through inhibition of EZH2" and featured in Taiwan People News.

Image source: Taiwan People News

01 March 2017
QIAGEN and NCCS officially opened the Joint Next Generation Sequencing Lab today.
For more information, please visit QIAGEN - NCCS Collaboration.
Please visit Services for information on our sequencing facilities and services.

02 May 2016
Our study on cachexia was published in Nature Medicine (Nature Med 22(6): 666-671, 2016) and featured in the news: "Singapore scientists discover metabolic drug can treat terminal weight loss in cancer patients".
For more information, please visit NCCS Media Releases or read the Mar/Apr 2017 issue of Singapore Health.

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22 January 2016
We work hard. We play harder. This year, our lab retreat was at Bintan, Indonesia!

05 October 2015
Our fibroepithelial tumors research was published in Nature Genetics (Tan et al., Nature Genetics, 2015) and featured in the news: "Singapore scientists uncover genetic landscape of distinct breast tumours for improved diagnoses of breast cancer".
For more information, please visit SingHealth News Release or The Straits Times: "When benign breast tumours turn cancerous".

Image source: A*STAR

16 September 2015
Professor Patrick Tan, Professor Teh Bin Tean and and Professor Steven Rozen won President's Science Award, for their outstanding integrative and translational research in Asian cancer genomics.
For more information, please visit NCCS Media Releases or The Straits Times.

24 April 2014
Professor Teh Bin Tean was elected to the American Society of Clinical Investigation (ASCI) for his outstanding records of scholarly achievement in biomedical research.
For more information, please visit NCCS Media Releases.

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