Li Jingmei

Genome Institute of Singapore


Biomedical Sciences

For her work on mammographic density and its impact on women’s health, Li received the 2017 Young Scientist Award at the President’s Science and Technology Awards. In 2014, Li won the L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science National Fellowship. More recently, the senior research scientist at the Genome Institute of Singapore was inducted as a class of 2018 National Research Foundation Fellow, an award that offers early career researchers up to S$3 million in funding over five years.

(Photo: L’Oréal-UNESCO For Women in Science)

  • 2017 Young Scientist Award

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