World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD) 2012 was a first nation-wide event coordinated by Duke-NUS students from the Benjamin Sheares College with Rainbow Centre, Autism Resource Centre, Pathlight School and St Andrew's Autism Center. The objectives were to heighten awareness of autism and recognize its impact on the lives of autistic individuals and their families. In addition to this annual event, Autism Spectum Disorder (ASD) has since been adopted as Duke-NUS' Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) project. The Duke-NUS Autism Fund can be used to fund current Duke-NUS education purposes and research programs such as genetic studies related to ASD. Help us by making a gift towards Autism Fund now.
The Geriatric Fund supports research and education programs that target elderly medical issues and prepare for the challenges of an ageing population. Our researchers investigate issues such as age-related physiological and clinical changes and translate the findings to inform clinical care, treatment modalities, disease prevention, risk factors management and health promotion.
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