Validation of a Rapid and Sensitive LC-MS/MS Method for Determination of Exemestane and Its Metabolites, 17β-Hydroxyexemestane and 17β-Hydroxyexemestane-17-O-β-D-Glucuronide: Application to Human Pharmacokinetics Study. (PLoS One, Mar 2015)

Wang LZ1, Goh SH2, Wong AL3, Thuya WL4, Lau JY4, Wan SC4, Lee SC3, Ho PC2, Goh BC5. 1 Cancer Science Institute of Singapore, National University of Singapore, 14 Medical Drive, Singapore 117599, Singapore; Department of Pharmacology, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University Health System, Singapore 117599, Singapore. 2 Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Science,

Peter Lobie awarded prestigious fellowship from China

Congratulations to Prof. Peter Lobie for receiving the “President’s International Fellowship Initiative (PIFI) for Visiting Scientists” from the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS)! The CAS PIFI for Visiting Scientists aims to create or strengthen partnerships between the recipients’ home institution and CAS host institutions by supporting highly qualified scientists in cooperative projects at CAS-affiliated institutions.

Molecular Endocrinology journal welcomes knowledgeable reviewer on to Editorial Board

We would like to extend our congratulations to Prof. Peter Lobie, who has been invited to become a member of Molecular Endocrinology’s Editorial Board. Editorial Board members are knowledgeable reviewers and excellent scientists within the field. Molecular Endocrinology is dedicated to publishing research that uses molecular approaches to study the mechanisms and action of hormones and related molecules with

Dr. Pieter Eichhorn Receives NUS High’s ‘Inspiring Research Mentor Award’

Assistant Professor Pieter Eichhorn, Junior Principal Investigator at Cancer Science Institute of Singapore (CSI Singapore), was recently awarded the Inspiring Research Mentor Award by NUS High School of Mathematics and Science (NUS High). The award was presented in recognition of Dr. Eichhorn’s work in mentoring two NUS High students. As part of their graduation requirement,

CSI’s Young Female Scientists Recognised for Outstanding Research

Our heartiest congratulations to two of CSI’s young female scientists, Dr Polly Chen and Dr Yvonne Tay, who have recently been awarded the President’s Assistant Professorship (PAP). The PAP, awarded by the National University of Singapore, aims to recognize Assistant Professors of very high calibre. Dr Chen is a Junior Principal Investigator at CSI and