We are deeply saddened by the loss of a well-respected figure in Singapore's former judge and Chief Justice Mr Yong Pung How and extend our heartfelt condolences to the family. Mr Yong will be remembered for his wisdom, unassuming nature and generosity of heart, manifested in his myriad contributions to the community.
Tracing his journey in family medicine as a student and educator, Dr Cheong Pak Yean, Adjunct Associate Professor at NUS Medicine (Class of 1974) was instrumental in developing family medicine as a specialty, and shares how the discipline has evolved since its early days.
Get stronger muscles without needing to exercise? Professor Alfredo Franco-Obregon and his team have filed a patent on a machine to make this possible. Bio Ionic Currents Electromagnetic Pulsing Systems (BICEPS) will soon be available on the market, with patients who are too frail to exercise benefiting from it.
In this series, #EthicallySpeaking, we share articles on the “Ethics Framework for Big Data in Health and Research” developed under the Science, Health and Policy-relevant Ethics in Singapore (SHAPES) Initiative by the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine's Centre for Biomedical Ethics.
Seminar: Triggering Earlier Onset and Exacerbation of a Mouse Model of Human RA by a Mycoplasma SuperantigenRead More
Seminar: Pathogensis of Amebiasis and Drug Development against Parasitic Diseases using Microbial MegabiodiversityRead more
Workshop: Grant Writing