Bee Leng Lua received her PhD in cell and molecular biology from the National university of Singapore. She started her career as a post doctorate at A*star, and subsequently moved to Johnson & Johnson as a Scientist in both Pharmaceuticals and Consumer Research. thereafter she established a skin research laboratory in Suntory, understanding how oral supplements can improve skin health. To date, she is a R&D director (APAC) at Clarins taking care of all research activities in APAC region. Her research interest includes understanding skin physiology, AI and developing new facial gadgets or tools for consumers.
Title : Circadian rhythms modulation of senescent skin fibroblasts and impact on the biological functions
Title : The effect of ageing and menopause on facial puffiness