Aveline NeoAveline Neo studied her Bachelor (Honors) degree with the National University of Singapore (NUS) in the area of cell and molecular biology. After working a few years with the Research and Development teams in GlaxoSmithKline and MSD, she went on to pursue her PhD in NUS with Professor Markus Wenk. She was an industry-linked scholar with Agilent Technologies under the Singapore Economic Development Board-Industrial Postgraduate Programme. Her project was on human tuberculosis lipidomics, using liquid chromatography mass spectrometry analysis.
In 2017, she joined Babraham Institute as a ppost-doc in the signalling group with Professor Michael Wakelam, working on hepatocellular cancer lipidomics.
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Dietary restriction protects from age-associated DNA methylation and induces epigenetic reprogramming of lipid metabolism.
Hahn O, Grönke S, Stubbs TM
18 1474-760X:56 (2017)
Farquhar MJ, Humphreys IS, Rudge SA
Journal of hepatology
Kilbey A, Terry A, Wotton S
Journal of cellular biochemistry
118 1097-4644:1432-1441 (2017)
Thakur R, Panda A, Coessens E
5 2050-084X: (2016)
Nguyen A, Rudge SA, Zhang Q
Current opinion in biotechnology
43 1879-0429:96-103 (2017)
Huang-Doran I, Tomlinson P, Payne F
1 :e88766 (2016)
The Phospholipase D2 Knock Out Mouse Has Ectopic Purkinje Cells and Suffers from Early Adult-Onset Anosmia.
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Exosomes bind autotaxin and act as a physiological delivery mechanism to stimulate LPA receptor signalling in cells.
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Journal of cell science
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Inhibition of fatty acid desaturation is detrimental to cancer cell survival in metabolically compromised environments.
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4 2049-3002:6 (2016)
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