Chan Yoke-Fun

University of Malaya


Life Sciences

Chan was awarded the 2020 ASEAN-US Science Prize for Women for developing vaccines, antivirals and education tools to prevent enterovirus A71—the virus that causes hand, foot and mouth disease.

(Photo: ASEAN-US Science Prize for Women)

  • ASEAN-US Science Prize for Women 2020

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