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Chan Kuan Rong

Immunology and leukocyte development
Duke-NUS Medical School


Chan Kuan Rong is an Immunologist, specializing in elucidating the role of antibodies in dengue virus infection. He is a Senior Research Fellow in the laboratory of Professor Ooi Eng Eong in the Program of Emerging Infectious Diseases. During his doctoral studies, he identified two co-receptors, Fc-gamma receptor IIB and leukocyte immunoglobulin-like receptor B1, that are involved in antibody-mediated dengue virus neutralization and infection enhancement, respectively. His Postdoctoral research focuses on exploring the use of cross-reactive antibodies to boost efficacy of live vaccines, with the ultimate aim to develop vaccines that are safe and immunogenic. k

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Immunology and leukocyte development

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