Nurturing doctors for the future
Nurturing doctors for the future
Nurturing doctors for the future
With a focus on developing thinking and caring research-oriented doctors, the unique Duke-NUS MD programme is anything but a ‘basic’ medical education. Dr Scott Compton, Associate Dean, Medical Education, Research and Evaluation, shares his assessment of the programme with us. Read More
Emerging strong
Emerging strong
Emerging strong
The Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) Programme, one of five Signature Research Programmes at Duke-NUS, has become a regional infectious disease centre for reference and research in the Asia Pacific. Read More
Duke-NUS researchers conferred President’s Science Award
Duke-NUS researchers conferred President’s Science Award
Duke-NUS researchers conferred President’s Science Award
Three Duke-NUS and National Cancer Centre Singapore researchers - Professor Patrick Tan, Professor Teh Bin Tean and Professor Steven Rozen, were awarded the President’s Science Award for their outstanding integrative and translational research in Asian cancer genomics. Read More
Brain matters
Brain matters
Brain matters
This year, the Duke-NUS faculty published a number of brain-related studies that have contributed meaningfully to health and science research. This includes several that can be translated into solutions and treatments for patients and the public. Read More
AMC: The way forward
AMC: The way forward
AMC: The way forward
As the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre (AMC) marks its 10th anniversary, new developments are underway to make greater impact in the areas of research and patient care. Read More