Research Facilities

At Duke-NUS, faculty staff and students are given access to some of the world’s most sophisticated biomedical research facilities.

Spread over some 28,000 square metres, the Duke-NUS facility comprises state-of-the-art research spaces, classrooms, teaching labs and administrative offices.

Research Facilities

Behavioural Phenotyping Core Facility

Cell Sorting Facility

Core Imaging Facility

Duke-NUS Genome Biology Facility

Histopathology Facility

Metabolomics Facility

In Vivo Molecular Imaging Facility

Insectary Facility

In addition to the in-house facilities, both students and faculty staff have access to numerous other specialised research support facilities away from the main campus. These off-campus facilities include the Outram campus, the SingHealth research centres, NUS and even the Biopolis at the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR), a S$300-million, 185,000-sq metre megaplex devoted to biomedical research.

As a school of the National University of Singapore (NUS), Duke-NUS also offers its faculty the opportunity to enjoy collaborations and services available at the main NUS campus at Kent Ridge.