Leadership appointment at Centre for Biomedical Ethics

We welcome Associate Professor Adeline Seow, who takes on the post of Acting Director of the Centre for Biomedical Ethics (CBmE) with effect from 1 April 2020.

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Commentary: Why Singapore’s coronavirus response worked – and what we can all learn

Professor Dale Fisher, Chair of Infection Control, National University Hospital, National University of Singapore, gives his opinion on the current situation of COVID-19 in Singapore and the successes the country has had in combating the virus.

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Finding joy and a new world view in helping Afghan refugees

18 years ago, NUS Medicine alumnus Dr Wee Teck Young gave up medical practice in Singapore to do humanitarian work in Pakistan, and then in war-torn Afghanistan. These experiences overseas have since changed his life and his perspectives on relationships, success and world issues.

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COVID-19: How the pandemic will likely unfold

The Department of Medicine's Professor Paul Tambyah and Dr Jyoti Somani penned a commentary for Channel NewsAsia on how the newly-declared COVID-19 pandemic is likely to unfold in the coming months.

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NUS experts at the forefront of the COVID-19 fight

As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to unfold, thought-leaders at NUS – including some of our own NUS Medicine professors – are taking on the challenge from multiple fronts to fight against this global crisis.

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NUS Medicine Pandemic Preparedness Webinar

In this Pandemic Preparedness Webinar organised by the NUS Medicine Executive Education (NUS MEDEx), hear from Prof Dale Fisher, Professor in Infectious Disease and Chair of the Global Outbreak Alert and Response Network, WHO, as he shares more about his experience as part of the international expert team deployed to China and the institutional responses on the ground.

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GIS, NUS, and Novo Nordisk team up to study non-alcoholic fatty liver disease in Asian populations

This new study will generate insights in the development and progression of the disease in Asia, which could support the development of effective diagnostics and therapies.

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