PhotoMs. Geraldine Lee from Student Affairs & Admissions, introduces visitors to the guided tour, which included a stop in the LEAD room (right) – an educational facility where students are taught in small groups.
Photo Dr. Mahi from Research Operations walks the group through the Cancer & Stem Cell Biology Lab, while
Ms. Abegail Fernandez from the Clinical Performance Program explains how medical students are prepared
for clinical rotations through standardized patient programs (left).
PhotoVisitors are introduced to Duke-NUS’ signature research programs, and have plenty of opportunity to ask their own questions.
PhotoAn educational representative explains the Duke-NUS curriculum to a potential student, in front of a photo collage showing just a few of the school’s many community projects.
PhotoInterested visitors learn more about the signature research programs and academic ethos of Duke-NUS in the research and educational zones.
PhotoThe Wellness Zone was a popular spot for those in need of a quick recharge.
PhotoNurses and representatives from SingHealth kept visitors entertained at their stall with a series of fun activities. Duke-NUS has partnered with Singhealth as part of the school’s efforts to engage the Outram medical community.
PhotoStaff and guests take a break by tucking into candy floss, donuts and hotdogs.

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