Genome Institute of Singapore
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GIS was founded in 2001 by Edison Liu, who became the Institute's executive director.:113 GIS was a formed around the Singapore Genomics Program (SGP), which was established in 2000 by Kong Hwai Loong at the behest of Philip Yeo.:113
The goal of the institute is to use genomic sciences to improve public health and public prosperity.
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- Thampuran, Raj; Loong, Kong Hwai (2016). "Chapter 5 — The Biomedical Sciences: Research for Better Health". In Hang, Chang Chieh; Low, Teck Seng; Thampuran, Raj. The Singapore Research Story. World Scientific Series on Singapore's 50 Years of Nation-Building. World Scientific. ISBN 9789814641289 – via Google Books.
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