People

William H Piel

william.piel@yale-nus.edu.sg
PI, 2013-2020

PI, 2013-2020
10 College Avenue East, #01-101, Singapore 138614
Office: RC1-02-06C
SMS: +65 9724 6482

Selvi D

selvi@yale-nus.edu.sg
Lab Manager, 2015-2020

Selvi is training students in DNA sequencing and helping to develop methods in Phylogenomics.

Cheng Dong-Qiang

dongqiang.cheng@yale-nus.edu.sg
Postdoc, 2015-2020

Dong-Qiang is applying his bioinformatics skills towards understanding the evolution in lycosoid spiders, particularly psechrids.

Chen Ing

chen.inge@gmail.com
Postdoc, 2017-2020

Saoirse studies the phylogenomics of Inge is studying how orb weaving has evolved secondarily in Fecenia.

Saoirse Foley

sfoley@u.nus.edu
Grad Student, 2016-2020

Saoirse studies the phylogenomics of tarantulas and the evolutionary histories of their colors, macrosetae, and biogeographies.

Ricky George

rickytgeorge@u.yale-nus.edu.sg
Undergraduate, 2019-2020

Ricky is studying the heart physiology of Solifuges.

Yin Xi Tan

anyinxi@u.yale-nus.edu.sg
Undergraduate, 2019

Yin Xi studied the dynamics of signal conduction in Fecenia and Acusilas using laser doppler vibrometry.

Satheshkumar P

satheshpsk97@gmail.com
Undergraduate, 2017-2018

Sathesh is visiting from Mepco Schlenk Engineering College, Sivakasi to study Metepeira evolution in South America.

Brandon Xyuen Xyen Lum

a0119262@u.nus.edu
Undergraduate, 2017

Brandon completed his honors research “Adaptive Function of UV Colouration in The Slender Pitcher Plant, Nepenthes gracilis“.

Chua Jia Sin

a0118820@u.nus.edu
Undergraduate, 2017

Jia Sin completed her honors research “Web building behaviour in Fecenia protensa: how the orb web was reinvented.”

Nicole Siew

a0115398@u.nus.edu
Undergraduate, 2017

Nicole completed her honors research “Phylogenetics of the Six-eyed Sand Spider Sicarius thomisoides (Araneae: Sicariidae) in Chile.”

Shelley Chan Hiang Ming

shelleychm@yahoo.com.sg
Undergraduate, 2015

Shelley completed her UROPS research project “Phylogenetic Analysis to Resolve the Relatioships Between Fecenia and Other Lycosoid Spiders.”