Our third minisymposium in the Neuroscience Singapore 2020–21 series happened on Friday (Mar 12, 2021, 10:00 – 11:30 AM SGT), moderated by Fu Yu (SBIC, A*STAR) on the topic of Neurotechnology featuring three speakers: Li Yulong (Peking University) Spying on neuromodulation by constructing new genetically-encoded fluorescent sensors Rosa So (I2R, A*STAR)Dealing with Nonstationarity of Neural Signals in a Brain–Machine Interface Kok . . . read more
- Research Assistant Position in Psychology and Neuroscience at Nanyang Technological University
- Research Assistant Position in Neurobiology of Memory and Neurodegeneration at Duke-NUS Medical School
- Research Associate, Long-term cognitive outcomes in patients recovering from COVID-19
- Postdoctoral Fellowship in Machine Learning and Brain Imaging at National University of Singapore
- Postdoctoral fellowship at Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore
A proteome profiling approach uncovers early markers of Alzheimer’s disease linked to neurotoxicity by John Jia En Chua (NUS Physiology). Presented at Neuroscience Singapore 2019 in Session 1 – Generation and degeneration of the nervous system, chaired by Zhang Suchun (Duke-NUS, Singapore). http://medicine.nus.edu.sg/phys/Staff_Fac_Acad_Chua.html
Today we released a video overview of our annual symposium from last year. Students, organizers and speakers say what they appreciated about the event. Video features Ajay Mathuru, Hui Min Tan, Yu Fengwei, Zhang Suchun, Adam Claridge-Chang, Rukhmini Dhara, Karen Pang, Jazmine, and Stanislav Ott.
On 8 November 2019, the Neuroscience and Behavioural Disorders Program of Duke-NUS Medical School held their annual retreat at the Temasek Club. The SFN-SG Chapter sponsored the prizes for best poster and data blitz session. The winners were: Loke Yng Minn – Best Poster Award Xiong Ding – Best Data Blitz Award Mahekta Rajeshkumar Gujar . . . read more
All photos by Sangyu Xu, PhD. and Jurga Mituzaite. Neuroscience Singapore 2018 was held over 1.5 days on the 26th and 27th of September. Here are some photos from Day Two, a full day of sessions and networking meals. Session 3 was chaired by Christine Cheung (NTU).Session 4 was chaired by Andrew Tan (NUS). Session . . . read more
by Isabelle Desjoux, Coordinator, Drawing Neurons The first Drawing Neurons exhibition happened during the SFN Symposium in September. The second of the two Drawing Neurons exhibitions took place from 22nd till 27th of October. Four neuroscientists and four artists shared their work and their practices for the past 3 months. The exhibition at the Substation . . . read more
All photos by Sangyu Xu, PhD. Neuroscience Singapore 2018 was held over 1.5 days on the 26th and 27th of September. Here are some photos from Day One, a half-day consisting of three sessions (two talk sessions and a poster session), a high tea, and a dinner reception. After introductions by Yale-NUS Dean of Faculty . . . read more
Neuroscience Singapore 2018 was held over 1.5 days on the 26th and 27th of September. Here are a few photos, more to come soon. The program is available here. The event page is available here. Photos in the gallery above show introductory addresses by Yale-NUS Dean of Faculty Jeannette Ickovics, and Chapter President Adam Claridge-Chang. . . . read more
Our Symposium is happening now, 26 and 27 September.The Program is available here. To register on the day: (1) Join the Chapter here, and (2) Register here.
The National Institute of Education is organising a monthly Science of Learning for Education seminar series. If your research has relevance for learning, education, or teaching, we would like to invite neuroscience researchers to present at the seminar. The Office of Education Research at the National Institute of Education (NIE) is organising a monthly seminar . . . read more