Each student will be supervised and guided by one main mentor who is an established clinician-scientist. The mentor will provide the research environment and research support to the student. Furthermore, a thesis advisory committee (TAC) comprised of up to four faculty will meet with the student on a regular basis to provide scientific guidance to the development of the students’ thesis research.
1. Medically qualified and leads a successful research programme in translational and/or clinical research.
2. Evidence of national competitive funding such as NMRC Clinician-Scientist Awards (STaR, CSA, IRG)
3. Sufficient funding to support the students’ research project
4. Proven track record of peer-review publications in international journals.
5. Faculty appointment with Duke-NUS