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Annette Shoba Vincent

assistant professor
life science
Hamad bin Khalifa University


Dr. Vincent read her undergraduate degree at the National University of Singapore where she graduated with Honors in Biochemistry. She went on to complete her Ph.D. at the same institution under the guidance of Emeritus Professor Sit Kim Ping. Her passion for the intricate relationship between teaching and research led her to choose a career in the academics. She joined Carnegie Mellon University in Qatar in 2012 where she teaches the laboratory courses in genetics and biochemistry.

Research Interest

The possible use of bacteriophages as an alternative therapy to bacterial-borne diseases


  • Sulfite-mediated oxidative stress in kidney cells Annette S Vincent, Beng Gek Lim, Jasmine Tan, Matthew Whiteman, Nam Seng Cheung, Barry Halliwell and Kim Ping Wong. Kidney Int. 65 pp 393-402, 2004. 2004

  • Human skin fibroblasts display bioenergetics of cancer cells Annette S. Vincent, Than T. Phan, Anandaroop Mukhopadhyay, Hwee Y. Lim, Barry Halliwell and Kim Ping Wong. Journal of Investigative Dermatology. 128 pp 702-709, 2008. 2008

  • A mechanism of sulfite neurotoxicity:direct inhibition of glutamate dehydrogenase Xin Zhang, Annette S Vincent, Kim Ping Wong. J. Biol. Chem. 279(41) pp 43035-43045, 2004. 2004

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