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Highlights
duke-nus A rite of passage

Not only have their residency postings been a period of invaluable experiential learning, the hands-on training – comprising two four-month postings in internal medicine and in general surgery – has helped Duke-NUS graduates cement their passion for medicine...

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duke-nus Duke-NUS to lead diabetes research with new metabolomics platform

As cardiovascular and metabolic diseases see a worrying rise in Asia and throughout the world, Duke-NUS is focusing research in this area and on a new metabolomics platform, one of the first in South-east Asia.

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duke-nus Medical students with the heart of a servant leader

For Duke-NUS students and alumni, service to the community and the less fortunate is an intrinsic part of their ethos and all part of the school spirit...

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duke-nus Making a difference with Medtech

Combining mechanical 'bodies', computer 'brains' and a medical 'soul' in an integrated device to diagnose, monitor or treat diseases, medical technologies or medtech is a rapidly growing industry that leverages expertise in engineering, manufacturing and biomedical sciences...

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News In Brief
Professor Soo Khee Chee awarded President's Science & Technology Medal 2011
National Strategy for Palliative Care
Frontiers in Translational Science
Our SingHealth Medicine scholars
Learning initiatives from Duke-NUS
Duke Board of Trustees visit Duke-NUS
Visiting overseas delegates
Grooming NUS pre-med scholars
Research News
Research shows that the influenza A virus does not originate from Asia
Understanding dengue transmission and mosquitoes
Prof. Mariano Garcia-Blanco made AAAS Fellow
 
Snapshots

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Appreciation Day for Faculty
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A quarterly e-newsletter produced by the Office of Communications and Development
Editorial & Production: Praise Tan, Wee Lai Ming (Duke-NUS)
Writer: Sheralyn Tay

This issue's banner shows our graduates, Dixon and Li Ming in their residency. Not only have their residency postings been a period of invaluable experiential learning, the hands-on training so far – comprising two four-month postings in internal medicine and in general surgery – has helped our Duke-NUS graduates cement their passion for medicine. Read about them in "A rite of passage".

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