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National University of Singapore (NUS)

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Details last updated 02-Nov-2019

National University of Singapore (NUS) is also referenced in the following:

Elena Sandalova

Senior Research Fellow at NUS

National University of Singapore (NUS) Creations

Artificial Intelligence-based Biomarkers of Ageing


NUS Healthy Longevity webinar with Alex Zhavoronkov - CEO of Insilico Medicine

Deconstructing the Epigenetic Ageing Clock


NUS Healthy Longevity webinar by Morgan Levine.

Epigenetic Clocks for Clinical and Preclinical Applications


NUS Healthy Longevity webinar by Steve Horvath

Heterogeneity of Aging in Human Populations


NUS Healthy Longevity webinar by Prof Jing-Dong Jackie Han

People at National University of Singapore (NUS)

Jan Gruber

Associate Professor at National University of Singapore and Yale-NUS College

Vincenzo Sorrentino

Assistant Professor at National University of Singapore

Shih-Yin Tsai

Assistant Professor at National University of Singapore

Andrea Maier

Oon Chiew Seng Professor in Medicine, Director, Centre for Healthy Longevity, NUS

Maximilian Unfried

PhD student at the National University of Singapore applying AI and Complexity Science to Aging Biology and Lipids

Brian Kennedy

Prof of Biochemistry and Physiology at NUS, CSO Ponce De Leon Health

Angelique Chan

Associate Professor at National University of Singapore and Director of the Centre of Ageing Research & Education at Duke-NUS

Soh Siow Ling

Assistant Professor in Department of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering at National University of Singapore.

Cheow Lih Feng

Assistant Professor at National University of Singapore

Feng Lei

Principal Investigator & Research Assistant Professor at National University of Singapore.

National University of Singapore (NUS) News

Several NMN and UA supplements often don't match their label claims

Live Forever Club - 16-Jul-2024

This raises concerns about manufacturing and regulatory practices in the industry


Reason reports back from Rejuvenation Startup Summit 2024

Fight Aging! - 13-May-2024

A great summary of 25 speakers who are in various stages of platform building, drug discovery and clinical trials


Rapamycin, a molecule from soil, might help us live longer and healthier

Live Forever Club - 13-Feb-2024

It could delay age-related diseases and improve the body's systems


Summary of Andrea Maier presentation at Longevity Med Summit

Live Forever Club - 10-May-2023

The course of organ ageing can be mapped and predicted


Reason reports back from October's Rejuvenation Startup Summit

Fight Aging! - 19-Oct-2022

Some really exciting developments with quite a few in clinical trials


Your organs and systems are ageing at different rates, new study finds

Technology Networks - 08-Mar-2022

Biological age differs from one organ to other, suggesting practical use of multiple clocks


New technique to measure individual telomere lengths in 3 hours - 25-Sep-2020

Not just average length that is important, so full profile provides more clinical uses


Immunai, to map immune system for better diagnosis, disease treatment

Healthcare IT News - 14-May-2020

This application of machine learning will soon speed up drug development


Rapamycin causes mTOR inhibition having an impact on mammalian aging- Brian Kennedy (LEAF) - 04-Dec-2019

mTOR pathway, part of the deregulated nutrient sensing hallmark of aging


Drinking tea could be good for your brain

Independent - 17-Sep-2019

People who drank tea at least 4 times a week for 25 years have better-connected brain regions


Mushrooms half the risk of mild cognitive impairment

BBC - 14-Mar-2019

Should be included in a balanced diet along with fruit and vegetables


high intake of garlic was associated with a reduced risk of some cancers

NHS - 30-Apr-2018

Narrative review of how garlic might have an impact on human health. Alliums could reduce risk o...


Personalised pills printed with custom release profiles

European Pharmaceutical Review - 26-May-2016

Different clinical circumstances call for different types of timed release of drugs. National Un...


Impatient People Likely To Age Faster

Tech Times - 24-Feb-2016

Shorter telomeres discovered in impatient subjects. Patience of 1,158 undergraduates judged by w...