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Jessica received her Bachelors of Engineering (Biomedical Engineering) degree from The University of Hong Kong and is currently pursuing her PhD at the National University of Singapore under the Mechanobiology Institute. Her research interest lies at the interface of metabolism and immunology, and she utilizes microscopy and microfabrication techniques to learn more about obesity, aging and impaired immunity. Jessica is also passionate about science education and communication, and hopes to teach in the future. In her free time, she enjoys dancing, playing padel and photography.

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