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TEO Yik Ying

  • Dean, NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health (Primary)
  • Department of Statistics and Applied Probability, Faculty of Science, NUS (Secondary)
Research Areas:
  • Statistical Genetics
  • Endocrinology statistics

Teaching Areas:

  • Statistical

Academic/Professional Qualifications:

  • D.Phil., (University of Oxford)
  • MSC Applied Statistics (University of Oxford)
  • BSc in Mathematics (Imperial College, London)

Awards/Honours (Post-PhD):

  • Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore
  • Faculty Teaching Excellence Award, Faculty of Science, National University of Singapore
  • Singapore Youth Award (highest accolade in youth for Science and Technology category), Singapore National Youth Council 

Career History:

  • Adjunct Visiting Group Leader, Genome Institute of Singapore, Agency for Science, Technology and Research
  • Scientific Member, National Healthcare Group Domain-Specific Review Board, Ministry of Health, Singapore
  • Member, Programme Management Committee, PhD in Biostatistics, National University of Singapore
  • Senior Research Fellow, Centre for Molecular Epidemiology, National University of Singapore
  • Postdoctoral Statistician, Wellcome Trust Centre for Human Genetics 

Administrative Leadership:

  • Vice Dean (Research); Domain Leader (Biostatistics Domain); Centre Director (CIDER and CHSPR), Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore
  • Programme Leader, Life Sciences Institute, National University of Singapore 

Professional/Consulting Activities:

  • Singapore Genome Variation Project: chair of the Analysis Group
  • MalariaGEN Consortium: member of the MalariaGEN Analysis Group
  • Review Editor, Frontiers in Statistical Genetics and Methodology

Major Publications:

  • Copy number polymorphisms in new HapMap III and Singapore populations. Journal of Human Genetics
  • A method for identifying the haplotypes carrying the causative allele in positive natural selection and genome-wide association studies. Bioinformat
  • Identifying candidate causal variants via trans-population fine-mapping. Genetic Epidemiology

Media Coverage:

Dean; Professor 
Tel (65) 6516 4967 
Email ephtyy@nus.edu.sg / statyy@nus.edu.sg


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