Dr. Sarah Luo obtained her PhD from the University of California, San Francisco. She has published in several high profile journals and her research work was featured in multiple news outlets. She is also a recipient of the prestigious National Research Foundation (NRF) grant.
Dr. Zhang obtained her PhD from the School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. During her PhD, her research focused on exploring effective therapeutics for enhancing axonal regeneration after neural trauma. She joined Dr. Luo’s lab in May 2021, and her research interest lies in exploring functional neural circuits underlying metabolic regulation between peripheral organs and the brain.
ZHI YIN LAM
Zhi yin started as an In Vivo technician eight years ago in a commercial setting. She is well versed in life experiments, endpoint dissection, and organ collection according to OECD guidelines. Through the years, Zhi yin found her passion in necropsy procedures, especially in survival surgery. In Dr. Luo's Lab, she aims to further explore new techniques and contribute to science.
Rhonda graduated with a BSc from the National University of Singapore in 2018. Her research interest lies in understanding how efferent pathways can modulate the activity of peripheral organs. She is a PhD student at NUS supported by the A*STAR Graduate Scholarship. Her pastimes include handicrafts, badminton, and traveling.