Until he was 14, Assistant Professor Thomas Yeo had been obsessed with solving problems, but that interest turned towards something more specific - medicine - when his father suffered a stroke.
Now, 24 years later, the National University of Singapore (NUS) don can proudly count brain-scanning software used worldwide among his many achievements.
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