Ivan Low Cherh Chiet
Educational Background: B.Sc. (Hons), Ph.D.
Contact number/s: +65-65167679
Email address: email@example.com
Location of Office: MD9, Level 4
Location of Laboratory: M17 and M14ABC
Name of Laboratory: Human Performance and Environmental Exercise Physiology
Research Areas of Interest:
- Neural responses during exertional heat stress and hypohydration in humans.
- Thermal physiology and heat mitigation strategies in occupational and urban settings.
- Brain temperature regulation in humans during exertional and passive heat stress.
- Differential regulation of body and brain temperature during hyperthermia in humans. I.C. Low, X.R. Tan, Mary C. Stephenson, T.W. Soong, Jason K.W. [Manuscript in preparation]
- Neural Basis of Exertional Fatigue in the Heat: A Review of Magnetic Resonance Imaging Methods. Tan, X. R., I.C. Low, M. C. Stephenson, T. W. Soong and J. K. W. Lee. 2017. Epub. Scand J Med Sci Sports.
- *X.R. Tan, *I.C. Low, Mary C. Stephenson, T. Kok, Heinrich W. Nolte, T.W. Soong, Jason K.W. Lee. Changes in Brain Structure and Function Following Exercise-induced Hypohydration. *co-first author. [Manuscript in preparation]
- Ser70 phosphorylation of Bcl-2 by selective tyrosine nitration of PP2A-B56delta stabilizes its antiapoptotic activity. Low, I.C., et al., Blood, 2014. 124(14): p. 2223-34.
- Bcl-2 modulates resveratrol-induced ROS production by regulating mitochondrial respiration in tumor cells. Low, I.C., Z.X. Chen, and S. Pervaiz, Antioxid Redox Signal, 2010. 13(6): p. 807-19.
2007 Novartis International Biocamp Award
2008 NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering Scholarship
2011 Department of Physiology Best Graduate Student Presentation and Publication Award
2011 Society for Free Radical Biology and Medicine Top 3 Research Travel Award
2013 NUS Sports Service Staff Award
2015 Swee Liew-Wadsworth Research Award