Today's Research, Tomorrow's Medicine

Innovating for Better Healthcare

Research is the key to advancing medicine for better patient care. At SingHealth, we seek to improve treatments and find cures through a wide spectrum of basic, translational and clinical research. Our doctors, clinician scientists, nurses, allied health professionals and researchers work together to bring discoveries from bench to bedside to offer patients more options for life-saving care and improved health.

The joint clinical and research capabilities with our partner in academic medicine,
Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, brings our research to new heights and boosts our endeavours in finding solutions to prevent and treat disease relevant to the region.


Our research programmes focus on six key areas:
Cancer Eye Diseases
Neurosciences Cardiometabolic Diseases

Health Services Research Infectious Diseases, Inflammation, Infection & Immunology

 Our core platforms and programmes:

 

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Advanced Bio-imaging

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Advanced Molecular Pathology Laboratory

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Clinical Pharmacology

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Flow Cytometry

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Investigational Medicine Unit

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Medical Technology Office

 

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National Large Animal  Research Facility

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POLARIS

 

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SingHeallth Experimental Medicine Centre

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SingHealth Tissue Repository

 

 

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SingHealth Translational Immunology and Inflammation Centre


For more information on research at SingHealth, click here.

Latest News More News Highlights
 


SERI Study: Abnormalities in eye and kidney can predict cardiovascular disease
Researchers here have found that abnormalities in eye vessels and kidney function can predict that a person is seven times more likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease later in life


New heart failure drug more than doubles patients’ survival rate
Doctors claim a new drug for patients who have suffered heart failure can cut the number of deaths, improve their life quality and reduce the likelihood of them being readmitted to hospital.


 
Singapore team develops Asia's first genetic test that can prevent corneal blindness
A team of eye doctors and scientists from Singapore have developed Asia’s first genetic test for identifying patients with a type of eye disease that affects the cornea called corneal stromal dystrophy which can lead to blurring and loss of vision

Singapore scientists discover genetic cause of common breast tumours in women
A multi-disciplinary team of scientists from the National Cancer Centre Singapore, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore, and Singapore General Hospital have made a seminal breakthrough in understanding the molecular basis of fibroadenoma.





 


Our Vibrant
Research Environment
SingHealth IMU
SGH Clinical Trials Resource Centre
KKH Clinical Trials
NCCS Clinical Trials
NDCS Research
NHCS Clinical Trials Unit
NNI Singapore Research
SERI Clinical Trials