Liu Jianjun

Genome Institute of Singapore, A*STAR


Biomedical Sciences

Liu is a recipient of the 2020 President’s Science Award for his contributions to biomedical research and precision medicine through genetic studies of Asian populations.

(Photo: A*STAR)

  • President’s Science Award 2020

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