Adelene Sim' Research Homepage

Welcome to Adelene's research homepage! I'm currently a graduate student in Stanford University, and am a member of Michael Levitt's group, conducting in silico experiments on RNA. Prior to this, I was doing wet-lab experiments in the Doniach and Herschlag groups to study RNA structure using small angle x-ray scattering and biochemical probes.

I am funded by the Agency of Science Technology and Research (A*STAR), Singapore, under the National Science Scholarship (BS-PhD). Before arriving at Stanford, I completed my BA in Natural Sciences (Physical) in Cambridge University. After which, I completed a one year job attachment in the Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE), studying the pH dependence of optoelectronic properties and shape of hydrothemally synthesized ZnO films and powders.

Please look through the links to find out more about the current biophysics research I do.

I've since graduated and moved to the Bioinformatics Institute in Singapore. This site will not be updated frequently. Please visit my new webpage here!



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