Evelyn Chung Ning LAW
Dr Evelyn Chung Ning Law is a clinician-scientist specialising in the area of developmental-behavioural paediatrics. Dr. Law received her Bachelor degree in Biological Sciences with cum laude and departmental honours from Northwestern University in 2002. She then pursued research in germ cell development at the Division of Reproductive, Stem Cell and Perinatal Biology (RSCPB) at Stanford University School of Medicine before continuing her medical training. She completed residency in Paediatrics at the Harvard Medical School/Boston University School of Medicine joint programme in 2010, and completed subspecialty medical training in Developmental-Behavioural Paediatrics at Harvard Medical School/Boston Children’s Hospital. During her subspecialty training, she also completed the Clinical Effectiveness (Biostatistics and Epidemiology) Program at the Harvard School of Public Health. She joined the National University Health System, Singapore, in 2014.
Dr Law’s research interests centre on the life course of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) from preschool to adult years and the influences of family and child factors, including socioeconomic status (SES), parental psychopathology, and health on developmental outcomes of children. Her current studies and grants examine a prediction model of ADHD diagnostic stability in preschoolers and trajectories of executive functioning among children from different SES and family backgrounds in the GUSTO (Growing Up in Singapore Towards healthy Outcomes) birth cohort study. Aside from research, she sees children with a variety of developmental disabilities within the Child Development Unit of National University Hospital (NUH), Khoo Teck Puat - National University Children’s Medical Institute (NUCMI).
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Mehats C, Jin SL, Wahlstrom J, Law E, Umetsu DT, Conti M. (2003). PDE4D plays a critical role in the control of airway smooth muscle contraction. (2003). FASEB, 17: 1831-41.
Park JY, Richard F, Chun SY, Park JH, Law E, Horner K, Jin SL, Conti M. (2003). Phosphodiesterase regulation is critical for the differentiation and pattern of gene expression in granulose cells of the ovarian follicle. Molecular Endocrinology, 17: 1117-30
Park JY, Su YQ, Ariga M, Law E, Jin SL, Conti M. (2004). EGF-like growth factors as mediators of LH action in the ovulatory follicle. Science, 303(5658): 682-4.
Chan WY, Wu SM, Ruszczyk L, Law E, Lee TL, Baxendale V, Pang LY, Rennert OM. (2006). The complexity of antisense transcription revealed by the study of developing male germ cells. Genomics, 87(6): 681-692.
Krause A, Zacharias W, Camarata T, Linkhart B, Law E, Lischke A, Miljan E, Simon HG. (2004). Tbx5 and Tbx4 transcription factors interact with a new chicken PDZ-LIM protein in limb and heart development. Developmental Biology, 273: 106-20.
Livera G, Xie F, Garcia MA, Jaiswal B, Chen J, Law E, Storm DR, Conti M. (2005). Inactivation of the mouse adenylyl cyclase 3 gene disrupts male fertility and spermatozoon function. Molecular Endocrinology, 5: 1277-90.
Law E, Sideridis G, Albers Prock L, Sheridan, MA. (2014) ADHD in Young Children: Predictors of Diagnostic Stability. Pediatrics, 133(4):659-667.
Ngiam NY, Kang YQ, Ramkumar A, Kiing J, Law E. (2015). Child Maltreatment Syndrome: Demographics and Developmental Issues of Inpatient Cases. Singapore Medical Journal, 56(11): 612–617
Law E, Yang J, Coit M, Chan E. (2016). Toilet School For Children With Failure To Toilet Train: Comparing A Group Therapy Model With Individual Treatment. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 37(3):223-30.
Chong SC, Broekman B, Qiu A, Aris I, Chan YH, Rifkin-Graboi A, Law E, Chee CYI, et al. (2016). Anxiety and Depression During Pregnancy and Temperament in Early Infancy: Findings from a Multi-ethnic, Asian, Prospective Birth Cohort Study. Infant Mental Health Journal; 37(5): 584-598.
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