Do Dang Vinh
Senior Research Fellow
Vinh qualified with a PhD from NUS from the lab of Professor Fu Xin-Yuan where he worked with Professors Barbara B. Knowles and Davor Solter on the STAT signaling pathway in pluripotent stem cell and early embryogenesis. After completion of his PhD, Dr Do undertook a postdoctoral fellowship in the lab of Professor Azim Surani in Cambridge. During his postdoc, he studied transcriptional regulation of germ cell development. He is now back in Singapore with a mission to break new ground in cardiovascular biology and regeneration.
- SRSF3 maintains transcriptome integrity in oocytes by regulation of alternative splicing and transposable elements.
- A Stat3 target Mettl8 regulates mouse ESCs differentiation via inhibiting JNK pathway
- STELLA modulates transcriptional and endogenous retrovirus programs during maternal-to-zygotic transition.
- A Genetic and Developmental Pathway from STAT3 to the OCT4-NANOG Circuit is Essential for Maintenance of ICM Lineages in vivo
- Interleukin-18 system plays an important role in keloid pathogenesis via epithelial-mesenchymal interactions.
- Derivation of hepatocytes from human umbilical cord lining epithelial stem cells.
- The role of SCF and c-KIT in keloid pathogenesis: Do tyrosine kinase inhibitors have a potential therapeutic role?
- Roles of epithelial-mesenchymal interactions in tissue repair, fibrogenesis and carcinogenesis.