Research

Doctor of Medicine Research Programmes

The mentored research experience provides a unique advantage to Duke-NUS medical students. Students interact one-on-one with research faculty, participate in cutting edge biomedical research, develop grant writing skills, contribute to the scientific literature, and refine presentation skills. Research may be carried out with faculty members at Duke-NUS, Duke University (USA), National University of Singapore, or other Singapore research institutions such as A*STAR. The primary goal of the mentored research experience is to develop tomorrow's physician leaders through a rigorous scholarly experience in biomedical-related research.

Please refer to this guide for the list of Duke-NUS approved research mentors and co-mentors.

Research Mentors Research Mentors

 

Students may choose to work with leading scientists on basic, clinical, and/or translational science projects.  Basic science projects are guided by researchers from one of our 5 Signature Research Programmes (SRPs).  In addition, there are researchers in 14 Academic Clinical Programs (ACPs) to mentor students on clinical science projects.

 

Signature Research

Programmes (SRPs)

   Cancer and Stem Cell Biology (CSCB)
   Cardiovascular and Metabolic Disorders (CVMD)
   Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID)
   Health Services and Systems Research (HSSR)
   Neuroscience and Behavioural Disorder (NBD)

Academic Clinical

Programmes (ACPs)

   Anaesthesiology and Perioperative Sciences Programme - KKH
   Cardiovascular Sciences Programme - NHCS
   Family Medicine Programme
   Medicine Programme - SGH
   Musculoskeletal Sciences Programme
   Neuroscience Programme - NNI
   Obstetrics and Gynecology Programme - KKH
   Oncology Programme - NCCS
   Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences Programme - SNEC
   Oral Health Programme - NDC
   Paediatrics Programme - KKH
   Pathology Programme - SGH
   Radiological Sciences Programme - SGH
   Surgery Programme - SGH

 

Research Methods and Analysis

In the first 6 months of their research curriculum, students will complete the Research Methods and Analysis course which provides them the opportunity to explore research designs, statistical reasoning and data analysis in depth and supports the skills necessary to conduct their research experience. 

NEXT: Advanced Clinical Rotations (3rd & 4th Year)

 

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