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Shaun Sim

Research Fellow

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I read Chemistry at the University of Cambridge on an A*STAR scholarship. When forced indoors by temperamental British weather, I discovered the joy of food and science through molecular gastronomy. After graduation, I did a one-year research attachment at CNRC where I worked with chocolate and was introduced to the existence of Food Science as a discipline. The A*STAR scholarship then sponsored my PhD studies at Cornell University, where I used high pressure processing (HPP) to create unique structures in mixed pea protein-starch systems, and investigated the changes in protein and starch in-vitro digestibility. My current work as part of the food structure team focuses on using HPP to modify lipid structures. 

Clinical Nutrition Research Centre

Centre for Translational Medicine
14 Medical Drive #07-02, MD 6 Building,
Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine,
Singapore 117599

cnrc_sics@sics.a-star.edu.sg

(+65) 6407 0778



 

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