Asst Prof Marie Loh Chiew Shia
Assistant Professor of Molecular Epidemiology, LKCMedicine;
Scientist Course Lead, Scientific Enquiry and Evidence Based Medicine (SEEM),

Marie Loh is an Assistant Professor in the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, Senior Research Scientist at the Genome Institute of Singapore and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London. She holds a BSc (Hons) in Statistics, as well as a Masters in Bioinformatics and a Masters in Statistics. She obtained her PhD in Pharmacogenetics from the School of Surgery, University of Western Australia in 2012, where her work was focused on genetic variations between East Asians and Caucasians that influence disease risk and treatment outcomes. Asst Prof Marie Loh is a molecular epidemiologist with a long-standing interest in the role of genetics and epigenetics underlying complex diseases, with a specific focus on ethnic differences in risk and outcome. Her current research focuses on combining population health with molecular phenotyping and laboratory-based approaches to advance knowledge and understanding in complex diseases.

Programme Details

Day 1, 12 October 2023 , Thursday, 1210 – 1220hrs
Session 2: 12 Oct 2023, Thurs, 1100 – 1230hrs
Track : Track 1D: ACSI: Journey from Clinicians to Scientists and Innovators (Garnet 214 - 215)
Topic : Translating Research in Population Health
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