Dr Gee Chong Ling
Lecturer

Dr Gee Chong Ling

2021 - current: Lecturer, School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Science, UNSW

2020 - 2021: Senior Technical Officer, School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Science, UNSW

2018 - 2020: Technical Officer, School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Science, UNSW

2017 - 2017: Educational Developer, Pro Vice Chancellor (Education), UNSW

2014 - 2016: Sessional academics, School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Science, UNSW

2009 - 2013: PhD Candidate, Centre for Marine Bio-Innovations, UNSW

 

Science
School of Biotech & Biomolecular Science

I am an education focussed lecturer within the School of Biotechnology and Biomolecular Sciences teaching undergraduate courses across the disciplines of Microbiology, Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and more. With my experience in educational design and technical support, I am interested in the redesign of our practical teaching practice through the integration of electronic laboratory notebooks into undergraduate courses to promote good documentation practice in our Science graduates. 

Location
Room 220C Level 2 D26 Biological Sciences Building
  • Book Chapters | 2019
    Ling GC; Hazrin-Chong NH, 2019, 'Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilms: Formation, surface interactions and antimicrobial resistance', in Wong CF; Idris H (ed.), Pseudomonas aeruginosa: A review and directions for research, Nova Science, New York, pp. 33 - 88
  • Journal articles | 2014
    Ling GC; Low MH; Erken M; Longford S; Nielsen S; Poole AJ; Steinberg P; McDougald D; Kjelleberg S, 2014, 'Micro-fabricated polydimethyl siloxane (PDMS) surfaces regulate the development of marine microbial biofilm communities', Biofouling, vol. 30, pp. 323 - 335, http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/08927014.2013.872778
  • Conference Presentations | 2019
    Ling GC, 2019, 'Fixing teaching from the ‘back-end’ with some help from your technical team', presented at UNSW Learning & Teaching Forum 2019 Embracing Change: Creating Opportunities, Sydney, Australia, 26 November 2019
    Conference Presentations | 2019
    Ling GC, 2019, 'How do you respond to an issue raised in your classroom?', presented at TechNet Sydney Forum 2019, UWS, Sydney Asutralia, 05 July 2019
    Conference Posters | 2018
    Ling GC; Lawrence B; Tang T, 2018, 'Improving students’ practical learning experience through digital intervention', Sydney, Australia, presented at UNSW Learning and Teaching Forum 2018 Partners in Learning: Connecting Communities, Sydney, Australia, 26 October 2018
    Conference Presentations | 2014
    Ling GC; Poole A; Steinberg P; Kjelleberg S, 2014, 'When marine microbes meet micro-fabricated polydimethyl-siloxane surfaces', presented at The 17th International Congress on Marine Corrosion and Fouling (ICMCF), Singapore, 06 July 2014 - 10 July 2014
    Conference Presentations | 2012
    Ling GC; Poole A; Steinberg P; Kjelleberg S, 2012, 'Impacts of micro-fabricated polydimethyl-siloxane (PDMS) surfaces on microbial biofilm development', presented at 6th ASM Conferences on Biofilms, Miami, USA, 29 November 2012 - 04 October 2012
    Reports | 2011
    Ling GC, 2011, Micro-fabricated surfaces for the control of marine microbial colonization and biofilm formation (Research Focus), The Australian Society of Microbiology, Sydney, vol 12
    Conference Posters | 2011
    Ling GC; Bernbom N; Ng YY; Harder T; Gram L, 2011, 'The effect of marine bacterial biofilms on attachment of common microbial biofoulers', Helsingor, Denmark, presented at 9th Symposium on Food Microbiology, Helsingor, Denmark, 12 May 2011 - 13 May 2011
    Conference Posters | 2011
    Ling GC; De Nys R; Holmstrom C; Poole A; Kjelleberg S, 2011, 'Impact of Surface Micro-Fabrication on Marine Microbial Colonisation and Biofilm Formation', Geneva, Switchzerland, presented at The 4th Congress of European Microbiologist, Geneva, Switchzerland, 26 June 2011 - 30 June 2011
    Conference Posters | 2011
    Ling GC; Holmstrom C; De Nys R; Poole A; Kjelleberg S; Steinberg P, 2011, 'Micro-fabricated surfaces regulate biofilm community composition and structure in marine waters', Copenhagen, Denmark, presented at Second European Congress on Microbial Biofilms – Basic and Clinical Aspects, Copenhagen, Denmark, 05 July 2011 - 08 July 2011
    Conference Presentations | 2010
    Ling GC; De Nys R; Holmstrom C; Kjelleberg S, 2010, 'Effect of micro‐textured surfaces on marine microbial colonization', presented at Bridging Diverse Culture ASM 2010 Sydney, Sydney, Australia, 04 July 2010 - 08 July 2010
    Conference Posters | 2010
    Ling GC; De Nys R; Holmstrom C; Kjelleberg S, 2010, 'The Effect of Micro–Fabricated Surfaces on Marine Microbial Colonisation and Biofilm Formation', Seattle, USA, presented at ISME 13 Stewards of a Changing Planet, Seattle, USA, 22 August 2010 - 27 August 2010
    Conference Presentations | 2010
    Ling GC; Low MH; McDougald D; De Nys R; Poole A; Kjelleberg S, 2010, 'Quantification of Marine Microbial Colonization and Biofilm Formation on Micro-Fabricated Surfaces using Confocal Laser Scanning Microscopy', presented at From Seeing to Believing: Quantitative Microscopy BMIF Symposium, Sydney, Australia, 24 September 2010 - 24 September 2010
    Conference Posters | 2009
    Ling GC; De Nys R; Holmstrom C; Kjelleberg S, 2009, 'The Effect of Micro-Fabricated Surfaces on Marine Microbial Colonisation', Cancun, Mexico, presented at 5th ASM Conference on Biofilms, Cancun, Mexico, 15 November 2009 - 19 November 2009

Science Student Experience Grant, Faculty of Science 2020

UNSW Award for Teaching Excellence - Program Design or Development, 2019

UNSW Vice Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence (VCATE) 2012

 

 

Evaluation of the impact of the use of the electronic laboratory notebook on the student's learning experience and their career skills development

The aim of this project is to

1) evaluate the impact of the integration of electronic laboratory notebook (ELN) on the undergraduate students’ practical learning experience,

2) identify the impact of the use of ELN on the general research practices of the postgraduate students,

3) discover the role of ELN as a tool to enhance graduate capabilities (collaboration and communication) to develop global citizens of the scientific communities.

CHEM1829 Biological Chemistry for Optometry Students

MICR2011 Microbiology I

BABS2202 Molecular Cell Biology I

BABS2204/2264 Genetics (/Adv)

BIOC3261 Human Biochemistry

BABS3021/MICR3621 Microbial Genetics (/Adv)