• Tucker-Kellogg lab
  • Tucker-Kellogg lab

Lisa Tucker-Kellogg's Group

The Tucker-Kellogg Lab at Duke-NUS uses computational modeling and wetlab experiments to study how cell respond to stress in contexts of proliferation and regeneration.

◊ One focus is cancer cell proliferation, during near-lethal stress from anti-cancer drug treatments and combination treatments. This focus uses computational modeling and some cell culture experiments.


◊ Another focus is muscle cell proliferation, during the environmental stress of wound healing, particularly if there is a chronic wound or pressure ulcer. This focus relies heavily on tissue microscopy and image analysis, in addition to using computational and in vitro models.


JOB OPENING: We have openings for undergraduate FYP students and interns to join our team.