Of forensic science, medicine and pathology

In its 10th run this year, the Chao Tzee Cheng Visiting Professorship Programme 2019 brought together eminent professors in the fields of pathology, forensic science, law and more to share their expertise and cooperate in research and education.

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New NUS senior appointments

NUS recently announced new senior appointments for the positions of NUS Senior Vice President (Health Innovation & Translation), NUS Senior Vice President (Health Education & Resources), and NUS Senior Vice President (Health Affairs).

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Obesity and weight loss – It’s complicated

Weight loss is not just about exercising more. Assistant Professor Yvonne Lim from the Department of Paediatrics addresses the common misconceptions about obesity and weight loss and shares that prenatal factors, infancy and childhood habits come into play too.

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Sneezy facts

If someone sneezing close by brings out the inner germophobe or hypochondriac, then this one is for you. Professor Paul Tambyah from the Department of Medicine shares some facts on sneezing and how we can do our part to prevent the spread of infection.

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We've Found The Cure!

You came, you saw, you submitted your essays to our "Are You The Cure?" essay competition.

We announce the winners here.

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Antibiotics for the cold or flu?

Taking antibiotics for upper respiratory tract infections, such as the common cold or flu, does not treat these viral infections or hasten the resolution of the symptoms, says Associate Professor David Lye.

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Professor Ashok Venkitaraman to join the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine as Distinguished Professor

Renowned cancer researcher Professor Ashok Venkitaraman is set to head the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore at NUS and join the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine as Distinguished Professor in 2020.

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