Pre-Medical Module

The Duke-NUS Pre-Medical Module provides a select group of students a unique opportunity to better prepare themselves for entry to graduate medical programmes such as the Doctor of Medicine programme at Duke-NUS. The semester long module, titled GMS1000: The Duke-NUS Pre-Med Course is taught by Duke-NUS postdoctoral fellows.

Programme Requirements for GMS1000: The Duke-NUS Pre-Med Course

All students who apply to read the GMS1000 module will undergo a pre-selection process. This module will provide an opportunity for students to develop knowledge, skills and attitudes to help them excel in their clinician scientist training. In addition, this also gives them an opportunity to interact with faculty members, clinical/postdoctoral fellows, medical/postgraduate students and other research staff at Duke-NUS.

The GMS1000 module has a total of 14 sessions, each lasting 2 hours on every Wednesday afternoon of the second semester.

Time : 4.30pm – 6.30pm (on Wednesdays)
Venue : Lead Room, Level 2, Duke-NUS 

Course Directors

Dr. Wong Peiyan
Senior Research Fellow
Department of Pharmacology
Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS

Dr. Suhail Ahmad Kabeer Rasheed
Senior Research Fellow
Programme in Cancer and Stem Cell Biology
Duke-NUS Medical School


Dr. Lee Cheng Jie Irene
Senior Associate
Medical Education, Research and Evaluation
Duke-NUS Medical School


For information about the Course Faculty, please click here.

For information about the GMS1000 module, please click here.


Students from National University of Singapore (NUS)


Application Form for Academic Year 2017-2018


Frequently Asked Questions

To see a list of FAQs, please click here.


For enquiries on the Pre-Medical Module, please email