Webinars

INBIOSIS Webinar Series is organized to provide an interactive scientific discourse session where we are hosting esteemed speakers to share their insights and expertise in a range of interesting topics from fundamental studies to lab-to-market product development. Started in late 2020, the Webinar Series has brought about a new platform and opportunity for everyone connected to INBIOSIS UKM to learn fascinating R&D development and current research trends by local and international researchers in the fields of molecular biology and biotechnology.

No.DateTitlePanelistOrganisationModeratorPhotosYoutube
1.8/1/2021Mathematical Modelling of Embryonic Development: The Intra- and Extracellular Networks that Coordinate Collective Cell BehaviourProf. Dr. Roeland MerksUniversity of LeidenAssoc. Prof. Dr. Zeti Azura Mohamed HusseinPhotosYoutube
2.15/1/2021Evolution from Technology Push to Market PullProf. Ts. Dr. Suraya Abdul RashidUniversiti Putra MalaysiaAssoc. Prof. Dr. Zeti Azura Mohamed HusseinPhotosYoutube
3.5/2/2021Compartmentalization mechanisms of the apical polarity machinery in mammalian epitheliaDr. Alexander LudwigNanyang Technological University, SingaporeAssoc. Prof. Dr. Ng Chyan LeongPhotos-
4.26/2/2021Realizing the Full Potential of Electron CryomicroscopyDr. Vinothkumar Kutti RagunathTata Institute of Fundamental Research, Bangalore, IndiaAssoc. Prof. Dr. Ng Chyan LeongPhotosYoutube
5.12/3/2021Benchmarking de novo genome assembly methodsProf. Shoba RanganathanMacquarie University, SydneyAssoc. Prof. Dr. Zeti Azura Mohamed HusseinPhotosYoutube
6.26/3/2021Computational Aspects of Metabolomics and LipidomicsProf. Dr. Masanori AritaNational Institute of Genetics, JapanAssoc. Prof. Dr. Goh Hoe HanPhotosYoutube
7.9/4/2021Thermo Scientific Tundra Cryo-TEM: New Cryo-EM for AllDr. Nie XinThermo Scientific, SingaporeAssoc. Prof. Dr. Ng Chyan LeongPhotosYoutube
8.16/4/2021Evolving (targeted) phosphoproteomics; can we go towards single cells?Prof. Dr. Maarten AltelaarUtrecht University, NetherlandsAssoc. Prof. Dr. Low Teck YewPhotos-
9.23/4/2021Information Processing in Plant OrgansProf. Dr. George BasselUniversity of BirminghamAssoc. Prof. Dr. Goh Hoe HanPhotosYoutube