AI transforms frontline operations

A new artificial intelligence platform will make use of vast amounts of data available in hospitals to augment the work of healthcare professionals, while a first-of-its-kind speech recognition system can interpret and process the unique vocabulary used by Singaporeans.

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Healing with music and medicine

Nishanth Thiagarajan, graduating student from NUS Medicine, excels in both medicine and Carnatic vocals, an Indian classical music.

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Switching career for love of family

Graduating student Liu Liwei is a mature-entry student who enrolled in a full-time nursing programme in order to better take care of his ill father.

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Medical Dinner 2018 – Celebrating our People

On 3 July 2018, graduating students, NUS Medicine alumni and staff gathered at Orchard Hotel to renew old ties and reminisce about school days over food and drink.

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New hope for lung cancer patients

Scientists at the Cancer Science Institute of Singapore (CSI), National University of Singapore (NUS) have discovered a new pathway in cells that could explain how lung cancers develop resistance to treatment.

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Pre-race screening for personal safety

Assistant Professor Yeo Tee Joo from NUS Medicine's Department of Medicine explains why pre-race health screening is vital.

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Brighter future for hepatitis B patients

A clinical trial led by Professor Lim Seng Gee from NUS Medicine's Department of Medicine involving the combination of a jab and an oral medication achieved an 11 per cent success rate in the treatment of hepatitis B.

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