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Revision as of 01:21, 19 September 2009

NGUYEN XUAN HUNG
Division of Bioengineering, School of Chemical and Biomedical Engineering
Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 647457
Email: z060022@ntu.edu.sg


Contents

EDUCATION:


Aug2006-May2010 (exp)
Nanyang Technological Engineering (NTU), Singapore
B.Eng. in Bioengineering (Expected First Class of Honours)
Cumulative GPA: 4.88 (over 5)


AWARDS, HONORS AND SCHOLARSHIPS:


Awards and honors:
2009-2010
FYP-URECA Research Group Fellowship (Final Year Project – Undergraduate Research Experience on Campus), NTU, Singapore

2008
Silver medal, NTU-Singapore team, The international Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition

2008-2009
NTU President Research Scholarship, NTU, Singapore
2007-2009
Dean’s List, NTU, Singapore

Scholarships:
2006-2010
Nanyang Scholarship, NTU, Singapore
2006-2010
ASEAN Undergraduate Scholarship, National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore (declined)


RESEARCH EXPERIENCE:


Aug2009-May2010 (exp)
Nanyang Technological University, School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Singapore,
Undergraduate Research Scholar. Advisor: Prof. Poh Chueh Loo and Prof. Matthew Wook Chang.
Developing and characterizing standard biological parts to target pathogenic bacteria.

Jan2009-Jun2009
Charité - Universitätsmedizin Berlin, Germany,
Research Intern (Full time), Institute of Transfusion Medicine, Research Department. Advisor: PD. Dr. Hans Bäumler
Investigated the effects of different types of micro- and nano- particles on human platelets’ functions.

Aug2008-Dec2008
Nanyang Technological University, School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Singapore,
Undergraduate Research Scholar. Advisor: Prof. Poh Chueh Loo.
Characterization of a synthetic biological detection system as an approach to target Enterohemorrhagic E. Coli (EHEC).

May2008-Oct2008
Nanyang Technological University, School of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering, Singapore,
Member of NTU team joining iGEM 2008. Advisor: Prof Poh Chueh Loo & Prof Matthew Wook Chang.
Engineered E.coli bacteria which can detect and release colicin E7 to kill the EHEC strain O157:H7.


RESEARCH INTERESTS:

  • Synthetic biology: standardization of biological parts; engineering microorganisms for therapeutic purposes.
  • Targeted drug delivery.

TECHNICAL SKILLS:

  • Molecular biology lab techniques.
  • Platelets research techniques: FACS, CLSM, Platelet Aggregometer, Platelet Function Analyzer.



LANGUAGES:

Vietnamese (mother tounge); English (excellent); French (fair); German (fair); Spanish (beginner)

EXTRA-CURRICULAR ACTIVITIES:


2008-2009:NTU French Society Club - Webmaster: Main-Committee
2006-2007:NTU SCBE Club – Academic and Welfare: Sub-committee
2006-2007:Nanyang Scholars club
2006-2007:Mentoring program

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