The Stuart lab at the Genome Institute of Singapore develops innovative new experimental and computational methods for single-cell genomics.

Through collaborations with clinicians at the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore and Duke-NUS medical school we are applying cutting-edge new methods to study how mutations in epigenomic regulators impact the state of human blood cells in leukemia, lymphoma, or myeloma.

We develop and maintain specialized scientific software for the processing, analysis, interpretation, and visualization of single-cell genomic data.

News

2024-02-06Stuart lab is awarded the NRF Fellowship!
2023-12-01Farewell to Chrysania!
2023-09-15Farewell to Akankshita, who is finishing her internship to resume her Masters at Stanford
2023-08-14Welcome Xin Yi Choo, joining as a postdoc.
2023-07-03Welcome Chrysania Lim joining as a student intern.
2023-06-26Welcome Akankshita Dash joining the lab as a student intern.
2023-02-06Welcome Jia Jun Lee joining the lab as a Senior Research Officer.
2023-02-06The Stuart lab officially opens at the Genome Institute of Singapore!