Mentoring a doctor
Mentoring a doctor
Mentoring a doctor
It is not often that a student gets a chance to see her research findings change the way doctors practice in the clinic. But, thanks to supportive mentors, Dr Petty Chen was able to experience just that. Read More
In pursuit of the elusive dengue vaccine
In pursuit of the elusive dengue vaccine
In pursuit of the elusive dengue vaccine
Founding director of the Duke-NUS Medical School’s (Duke-NUS) Emerging Infectious Diseases (EID) Programme, Professor Duane Gubler, looks back on how far the programme has come and what it is like to have played a significant role in the development of the elusive dengue vaccine. Read More
Putting the heart in team work
Putting the heart in team work
Putting the heart in team work
The nine-month long research stint that Duke-NUS students undertake in their third year can produce powerful results. Professor Terrance Chua, Medical Director and Senior Consultant at the National Heart Centre Singapore (NHCS), shares with us one such inspiring breakthrough. Read More
Driving conversations on care
Driving conversations on care
Driving conversations on care
What drives people to seek medical treatment, and what holds them back? These are some of the critical questions we need to ask to solve the healthcare challenges of today and tomorrow. Read More