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Rachel Sim receives her poster prize at ChemBiOx2019

Congratulations to Rachel Sim, a DPhil student in the Russell lab, who was awarded the penultimate year poster prize at the chemical biology conference ChemBiOx 2019, held recently in Oxford.

Rachel, who is funded by the Agency of Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), presented her work on developing affinity and fluorescent probes to elucidate the mechanism of small molecule modulators of neurogenesis.

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