Contact Information:

thien.nguyen@vnuk.edu.vn
(+84) 358 505 886

Nguyen Chi Thien, MSc

Lecturer, Researcher

Biography

I obtained my MSc in Analytical Chemistry from Sheffield Hallam University and my BEng in Polymer Chemistry of Chemical Engineering from The Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology, Vietnam.
In my master’s thesis, I worked with “RNA-Seq data” in which I had to use bioinformatics tools to examine the expression of genes. I began interested in data and working with python and R from then.
I grew up in Danang, middle of Vietnam, worked in Ho Chi Minh City after undergrad. After spent many months in the UK, I returned to Danang and joined VNUK in 2018.

Education

  • MSc. in Analytical Chemistry Sheffield Hallam University - Sheffield, United Kingdom (2016 – 2017)
  • BEng., Degree in Chemical Engineering, Department of Polymer, Vietnam National University – Ho Chi Minh City, University of Technology (1999 – 2004)

Research Interests

Statistical data analysis.

Differential gene expression analysis RNA-Seq.

Biopolymer.

Publications

Pham Thi Doan Trinh, Nguyen Chi Thien, Khairuddin, Francis Clegg (2017) Crystallinity change in poly(vinyl alcohol) films after crosslinking reaction with glutaraldehyde, Vietnam Journal of Chemistry, Vol. 55(4E23), page 363-369.

Nguyen Chi Thien, Phuoc Vo, Trinh Pham (2019) Hydrogel-Properties and potential applications in biomedical science, Vietnam Journal of Science and Technology, Volume 61, Issue 11, p. 62-68.

Khuat, V.L.U.; Bui, V.T.T.; Tran, H.T.D.; Truong, N.X.; Nguyen, T.C.; Mai, P.H.H.; Dang, T.L.A.; Dinh, H.M.; Pham, H.T.A.; Nguyen, T.T.H. (2019) Characterization of Solanum melongena Thioesterases Related to Tomato Methylketone Synthase 2. Genes, 10(7), 549.

Nguyen Chi Thien, La Ngoc Thuy Van, Pham Kieu Nguyet Oanh, Nguyen Le Dinh Quy, The computer-aided diagnosis of malaria parasites by blood testing images,  Vietnam Journal of Science and Technology (Accepted).

Dung Tien Nguyen, Phuc Dang Ho, Thien Chi Nguyen, Van Thi Cam Nguyen, Statistical analysis on length of stay in hospital, Science & Technology Development Journal – Engineering and Technology (Accepted).