Seminar

Seminar Series No. 7: Methods And Tools for Proteomics

Dr Kwoh Chee Keong


Date: 2008-06-17
Time: 15:00 to 16:00
Venue: Tutorial room 6202, Building 6, Level 2


Abstract

Proteomics, as a rapidly emerging field, has now established itself as a credible approach for furthering our understanding of the biology of whole organisms. Proteomics study and identify protein structure, interactions of protein/protein and protein/DNA and biology of organisms. This seminar introduces the newly developed technology for the quantitative analysis of protein expression and function on a genome-wide scale. The coverage includes:

About the Speaker

Dr Kwoh Chee Keong is an Associate Professor in the Division of Information Systems in the Nanyang Technological University, he is also the Programme Director, MSc in Bioinformatics and the Deputy Director of Biomedical Engrg Research Centre, NTU. He received his BEng(Hons) and MSc(IndEng) from the National University of Singapore in 1987 and 1991 respectively. He then went overseas to peruse his PhD in Imperial College and award a PhD in 1995.

His current research focuses include: Development of a Computer Prediction System For Rational Design Of HLA-Based Peptide Vaccine; Data Mining and Analysis on Infectious Bacteria; Heterogeneous Multi-Core Systems For Bioinformatics; Constrained Optimzation for Bioinformatics; Protein Interaction Network Analysis Using Graph Mining Approaches.

Full CV and Publications can be obtained from my webpage at
http://www.ntu.edu.sg/home/asckkwoh/CV%20Form%202008%20short.pdf