Senior Research Fellow
Kelvin completed his Ph.D under the A*STAR Graduate Scholarship in Dr Christoph Winkler's lab at the Department of Biological Science in National University of Singapore. His key interests are cardiac regeneration & epigenetics, and he has employed the use of genomic technologies (single nuclear RNA-seq) with model organisms to functionally study the role of long intergenic non-coding RNAs (lincRNAs) in the mouse heart. For his work on lincRNAs in cardiac regeneration, Kelvin has been awarded the Keystone Symposia Scholarship Award (2015), A*STAR Biomedical Research Council Young Investigator Grant Award (2016) and Singapore Cardiac Society Symposium Young Investigator Award (2016). Besides his passion for Science, Kelvin is an avid runner, drummer and dedicated father to his two lovely children.