Annette Shoba Vincent
Assistant Teaching Professor, Biological Sciences
Born in Singapore, Annette Vincent completed her undergraduate degree majoring in biochemistry from the National University of Singapore. She went on to complete her Ph.D. under the mentorship of Emeritus Professor Sit Kim Ping at the National University of Singapore. She joined the Biological Sciences Program at CMU-Q in 2012.
Area Of Expertise
Tissue, cell and stem cell biology
- Experimental Techniques in Genetics and Molecular Biology
- Experimental Biochemistry
- Stem Cell Engineering
- Phage Genomics Research
- Undergraduate Colloquim
Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.), The National University of Singapore, Singapore
B.Sc. (Hons), Biochemistry, The National University of Singapore, Singapore
Teaching in Higher Education Certificate, Learning Academy, Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore
Problem-based Learning Facilitation Certificate, Learning Academy, Temasek Polytechnic, Singapore
Sulfite-mediated oxidative stress in kidney cells. Annette S Vincent, Beng Gek Lim, Jasmine Tan, Matthew Whiteman, Nam Seng Cheung, Barry Halliwell and Kim Ping Wong . Kidney Int. 65 pp 393-402, 2004.
A mechanism of sulfite neurotoxicity: direct inhibition of glutamate dehydrogenase. Xin Zhang, Annette S Vincent, Kim Ping Wong. J. Biol. Chem. 279(41) pp 43035-43045, 2004.
Action of diclofenac on kidney mitochondria and cells. Ng LE, Annette S Vincent, Halliwell B and Kim Ping Wong. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 378 pp 494-500, 2006.
Mitochondrial activities in peripheral tissues in Type 1 diabetes. HY Lim, Annette S Vincent, Kim Ping Wong. Mitochondrion 6(5):13-13, 2006
Nephrotoxicity of diclofenac. Lin Eng Ng, Hwee Ying Lim, Annette S Vincent, Barry Halliwell, Kim Ping Wong. Mitochondrion 6(5):13-14, 2006
Human skin fibroblasts display bioenergetics of cancer cells. Annette S. Vincent, Than T. Phan, Anandaroop Mukhopadhyay, Hwee Y. Lim, Barry Halliwell and Kim Ping Wong. Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 128 pp 702-709, 2008.
The role of stem cell factor and c-KIT in keloid pathogenesis: do tyrosine kinase inhibitors have a potential therapeutic role? Mukhopadhyay A, Do DV, Ong CT, Khoo YT, Masilamani J, Chan SY, Vincent AS, Wong PK, Lim CP, Cao X, Lim IJ, Phan TT Br J Dermatol. 2011 Feb;164(2):372-86
CMU-Q subcommittee of the task force on CMU Student Experience
Career Advisory Council in CMU-Q
16S microbial diversity in water distribution systems
Identification and characterization of Arthrobacter sp. infecting Bacillus bacteriophage – Shumi from sand sample
Use of next-generation sequencing to identify microbial population in environmental samples