Ng Huck Hui

Genome Institute of Singapore


Life Sciences

Ng received the 2018 President’s Science Award for identifying clinical biomarkers, developing novel models and transforming patient care in Parkinson’s Disease. (Photo: Genome Institute of Singapore)

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