Meet the Team

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Graham holds an interdisciplinary PhD in cell biology and physics from The University of Edinburgh, UK. He has extensive experience in applying advanced light microscopy to a wide range of biomedical research projects.

 

Outside the laboratory he is committed to science outreach and has featured as a judge on MediaCorp’s National Science Challenge TV show, presented a TEDx talk, had microscopy images displayed on the big screen in Times Square, New York and exhibited work at Beautiful Science and Dynamic Beauty in Science at the National Museum of Singapore.

 

He can be contacted for consultation and advice on your experimental design and with any requests for new equipment.

Graham Wright, PhD MBA

 

Director, A*STAR Microscopy Platform

Acting Director, RSC

Imaging Consultant (Honorary), LKC School of Medicine, NTU (Adjunct)

Office: Neuros 6.43

Phone: +65 6407 0167

graham_wright@rsc.a-star.edu.sg

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Sudha holds a PhD in Chemistry from India and trained in the interdisciplinary area of Biology and Chemistry.

 

Before joining ASTAR he was developing “Rainbow Proteins” by coupling Bioluminescent and fluorescent proteins using recombinant technology at Anthony Campbell’s lab in Cardiff University, UK.

 

Sudha has more than 15 years of research experience on fluorescence microscopy applications for cell biology.  Sudha has a vast experience in applying the varied F-techniques (FRAP, FRET, FLIM, FCS, FCCS) for studying molecular movements and interactions in single cells.

Sudhaharan Thankiah, PhD

 

Advanced Microscopy Expert

Office: Immunos 5.17A

Phone: +65 6407 0230

sudhaharan_thankiah@rsc.a-star.edu.sg

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Wah Ing enjoys the interdisciplinary nature of microscopy and taking apart microscope hardware. Trained in cell biology, she has extensive experience in sample preparation and studying cytoskeletal structures by live-cell imaging and single molecule localisation microscopy.

 

She oversees the day-to-day operations of the facility and manages requests for light microscopy training and imaging services, helping users from different fields identify the microscope most suitable for their experiments.

 

She also provides consultation for sample preparation and more challenging experiments, and operates the DeltaVision OMX superresolution system for 3D structured illumination microscopy.

Goh Wah Ing, PhD

 

Assistant Manager

Office: Immunos 6.18A

Phone: +65 6407 0471

goh_wah_ing@rsc.a-star.edu.sg

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John holds a bachelor of applied physics from Nanyang Technological University, SG.

 

He has expertise in image processing and analysis, particularly using ImageJ/FIJI. He offers advice and writes macros for automating or simplifying challenging analysis problems.

 

He also regularly conducts the course Image Processing & Analysis with FIJI (ImageJ).

 

The in-house lightsheet microscope (dual-DLSM) was setup by him.

John Lim

 

Digital Imaging Specialist

Office: Immunos 5.17A

Phone: +65 6407 0300

john_lim@rsc.a-star.edu.sg

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Liz holds a PhD in molecular biology from the IMCB Graduate programme and trained in the interdisciplinary area of neuroscience and cell signalling / trafficking.

 

She enjoys applying advanced light microscopy to address a wide range of biological questions. She has more than 15 years of experience in microscopy spanning over many techniques, including live cell imaging, wide field fluorescence and spinning disk confocal microscopy. She also has expertise in preparation of challenging samples such as primary neuronal cultures for microscopy. 

She handles Singascope project.

Liz Lim, PhD

 

Microscopy Expert

Office: Immunos 6.18A

Phone: +65 6407 0253

liz_lim@rsc.a-star.edu.sg

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Shuping is employed by Olympus Singapore. She is seconded to AMP as a collaborator and supports the A*STAR-Olympus Microscopy Suite.

 

Shuping holds PhD in molecular & cell biology from National University of Singapore.

 

She has extensive experience in sample preparation and applying basic and advanced light microscopy to a wide range of biomedical research projects.

 

She can be contacted for help with basic microscopy imaging, live-cell imaging, confocal microscopy imaging.

Shuping Lin, PhD

 

Assistant Manager, Product Application

Olympus Singapore

Office: Immunos 5.17A

Phone: +65 6407 0203

shuping.lin@rsc.a-star.edu.sg

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