QueeLim Ch'ng

QueeLim Ch'ng

Senior Lecturer, Group leader



Biography:

QueeLim Ch'ng was born in Singapore in 1971. He graduated with Highest Honours from Princeton University in 1995. He obtained a PhD in 2001 under the mentorship Cynthia Kenyon at the University of California, San Francisco. He performed postdoctoral research in the laboratory of Joshua M. Kaplan at University of California, Berkeley, and at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School from 2002 to 2007. He joined King’s College London in 2007. QueeLim has received several competitive awards at each career stage: an ERC Starting Grant (2009), a Research Councils UK fellowship (2007-2012), the Jane Coffin Childs Memorial Postdoctoral Fellowship (2002-2005), and the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Pre-doctoral Fellowship (1995-1998).

QueeLim is presently the KCL Institutional Lead on the Student Research and Training Committee, and a Member of the Management Board for the London Interdisciplinary Doctoral Programme (LIDO), the largest BBSRC-funded programme in the UK and involves six London Universities.

Links:

Thompson Reuters Researcher ID: C-5348-2009
KCL PURE: https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/queelim.html

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Selected publications:

Javer A, Currie M, Lee CW, Hokanson J, Li K, Martineau CN, Yemini E, Grundy LJ, Li C, Ch'ng Q, Schafer WR, Nollen EAA, Kerr R, Brown AEX (2018) An open-source platform for analyzing and sharing worm-behavior data. Nat Methods 15: 645-646
Patel DS, Diana G, Entchev EV, Zhan M, Lu H, Ch'ng Q (2017) Quantification of Information Encoded by Gene Expression Levels During Lifespan Modulation Under Broad-range Dietary Restriction in C. elegans. J Vis Exp 16: 126
Diana G, Patel DS, Entchev EV, Zhan M, Lu H, Ch'ng Q (2017) Genetic control of encoding strategy in a food-sensing neural circuit. Elife 6: e24040
Entchev EV, Patel DS, Zhan M, Steele AJ, Lu H, Ch'ng Q (2015) A gene-expression-based neural code for food abundance that modulates lifespan. Elife 4: e06259