Beyond building the resourceome: WorldWide-Workflow and bio-e-manufacturing – Tan Tin Wee

Tin Wee Tan is an Associate Professor of biochemistry at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore. He was founding Director of NUS’s Bioinformatics Centre, the Singapore Advanced Research and Education Network, founding signatory to the Asia Pacific Advanced Network, founding head of the Internet Research and Development Unit, founder and retired chairman of Asia Pacific Networking Group, past chairman of the ASEAN SubCommittee on Biotechnology, and retired president of the Association of Medical and BioInformatics in Singapore. He is actively promoting the ASEAN Science and Technology Research and Education Network and Education Network Alliance, the S* Life Science Informatics Alliance, the Asia Pacific Bioinformatics Network, Multilingual Internet Names Consortium, and serves on the boards of the International Society for Computational Biology, the International Conference on Bioinformatics, the International Life Science Grid Workshop, and Keppel Telecommunications and Transportation Ltd. Tin Wee’s research interests include making the Internet deeply multilingual, developing disability resources on the Internet, and building regional advanced research networks.


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