At A Glance

Ed Liu, executive director, Genome Institute of Singapore; director, Singapore Cancer Syndicate; professor of medicine, National University of Singapore.

Education: 1983-1987 - Postdoctoral fellow - Department of microbiology, University of California, San Francisco.

1980-1982 - Oncology fellowship, Stanford University

1979-1980 - Residency, Barnes Hospital, Washington University, St. Louis

1973-1978 - MD, Stanford University

1969-1973 - BS, chemistry, psychology, Stanford University.

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