• CoRE provides a neutral platform to promote innovation and thought leadership in regulatory science, policy and frameworks

    CoRE provides a neutral platform to promote innovation and thought leadership in regulatory science, policy and frameworks

  • Duke-NUS employs an extensive team-based learning method called TeamLEAD (Learn, Engage, Apply, Develop). Students prepare for class with pre-reading.

    Duke-NUS employs an extensive team-based learning method called TeamLEAD (Learn, Engage, Apply, Develop). Students prepare for class with pre-reading.

  • To be a leading centre enhancing regulatory capability and scientific excellence for health related products in Asia.

    To be a leading centre enhancing regulatory capability and scientific excellence for health related products in Asia.

NEXT EVENT

Graduate Certificate in Pharmaceutical Regulation Open House

25 Apr 2018

25 Apr 2018
3:15pm - 5:30pm

We are pleased to welcome you to the launch of the Duke-NUS Centre of Regulatory Excellence (CoRE) Graduate Certificate in Pharmaceutical Regulation. ...

Amphitheatre , Level 2, Duke-NUS Medical School

UPCOMING EVENTS
23 Jul 2018

APEC RHSC CoE Pilot Workshop: Advanced Therapies 2018

23 Jul 2018 to 25 Jul 2018
8:30am - 6:00pm

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About CoRE

Launched in 2014, the Centre of Regulatory Excellence (CoRE) at Duke-NUS Medical School, is the first dedicated Asian centre targeted at the needs of national health regulators, the biomedical industry, and pharmaceutical and medical device companies. CoRE provides a platform to develop programmes that build leadership capability among senior staff and executives, promote regulatory leadership and encourage policy innovation across the Asia-Pacific.

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4 May 2015

Online Learning

Online learning gives individuals the ability to learn with flexibility and convenience while delivering world-class expertise. Each of CoRE’s online learning courses have been designed for optimal learning via a digital medium, and incorporates self-assessment for individuals to assess their own progress. Online learning is supported by Duke-NUS learning infrastructure, and brings insights about key topics to learners at their convenience.

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Why CORE ?

  • Vision & Mission

    The Centre of Regulatory Excellence (CoRE) was established in 2014 at the Duke-NUS Medical School in Singapore to support strengthening of health

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  • About CoRE

    Launched in 2014, the Centre of Regulatory Excellence (CoRE) at Duke-NUS Medical School, is the first dedicated Asian centre targeted at the needs of

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