Interactomics and Intracellular Trafficking lab

Research

The long-term goal of our research is to understand how the intracellular transport machinery contributes to synapse formation, synaptic maintenance and how impaired intracellular transport can lead to synaptic defects that culminate in neurodegenerative and neuropsychiatric disorders.

News

01/10/2017

Welcoming Tang Jia Ying returning as a Research Assistant!

09/07/2017

Congratulations to Amanda Teo, Tang Jia Ying, and Wang Ziyin on their graduation!

05/06/2017

Welcoming Deshawn Toh, Jasmine Chua, Lee Jiaqi, and Venetia Kok to the lab as FYP students, and Antoinette Fong as an UROPS student!

26/05/2017

Congratulations to Amanda Teo, Tang Jia Ying, and Wang Ziyin on the completion of their Final Year Project and submission of their thesis!

03/02/2017

Welcoming Sumitra Srimasorn, Aau Mei Yee, and Saravanan S/O Gunaseelan to the lab as Postdoctoral fellow, Research Assistant, and PhD Student!

20/07/2016

Congratulations to Jasmine for successfully completing her UROPS project!

01/06/2016

Welcoming Amanda Teo and Antoinette Fong to the lab as FYP and intern students.

New paper: Phosphorylation of FEZ1 by Microtubule Affinity Regulating Kinases regulates its function in presynaptic protein trafficking published in Scientific Reports.

09/05/2016

Welcoming Tang Jia Ying, Jasmine Chua and Steven Ong to the lab as FYP, UROPS and intern students.

26/04/2016

New paper: Analysis of protein phosphorylation in nerve terminal reveals extensive changes in active zone proteins upon exocytosis published in eLife.

10/04/2016

Congratulations to Lola for successfully completing her FYP.