Welcoming the future of Singapore’s healthcare

Associate Professor Benjamin Ong, Director of Medical Services from MOH addressed the impact of technology and digitalisation on Singapore’s healthcare landscape as we welcomed the latest batch of healthcare students at the inaugural Healthcare Mass Induction 2019.

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National Day Awards 2019

The Singapore National Day Awards are a means of recognising various forms of merit and service to Singapore. This year, a total of 4,985 individuals in 21 award categories received National Day Honours. NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine is proud to have 14 awardees at the National Day Awards 2019. Congratulations to all our winners!

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Who should decide when to take you off life support?

Talking about death and dying is still a taboo topic in Singapore. However, Head of the Division of Palliative Care at NUHS, Dr Noreen Chan and the Centre for Biomedical Ethics’ Senior Assistant Director, Sumytra Menon say – plan how to leave well, if we want to live well.

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Are You The Cure?

Essay Competition.

Winners get highest honours!

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A marriage of medicine and the arts

Reflecting on her work which marries medicine and the arts, our very own medical illustrator, Ms Bay Song Lin, sheds light on the time she spends with our students and Silent Mentors, creating educational illustrations for the Anatomy Department.

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Decoding genetic diseases through synthetic biology

By 2050, the number of cases of Type 2 diabetes in Singapore is expected to reach over 1 million. To counteract this daunting prospect, Associate Professor Matthew Chang, Director of NUS Synthetic Biology for Clinical and Technological Innovation and his researchers are taking the war on diabetes to a new level.

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Professor Dario Campana wins prestigious Gabbay Award

Congratulations to Professor Dario Campana (Department of Paediatrics) who was conferred the prestigious Gabbay award for his groundbreaking CAR-T cell immunotherapy work, which has been successfully used to treat children and adults with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia at NUH recently.

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