November 13, 2018 | Research 

New light on an existing therapy

Two landmark studies led by SingHealth researchers show interesting new findings on a liver cancer therapy that has been in use for more than a decade.

November 13, 2018 | Research 

A game changer for blood cancer patients

New technique to grow stem cells for transplant promises faster recovery for blood cancer patients.

October 11, 2018 | Research 

Local studies find link between myopia and glaucoma

A study by SERI and SNEC shows Singaporeans with myopia have a higher chance of getting glaucoma when they grow older, while this risk increases as myopia becomes more severe

October 01, 2018 | Research 

Handheld device keeps an eye out for glaucoma

It may be able to detect disease accurately in a minute, cost a fraction of current tests

October 01, 2018 | Research 

Helping mothers bond with their newborns

KKH started a pilot programme to help mothers forge emotional bonding with their newborns.

September 28, 2018 | Giving & PhilanthropyResearchUpclose 

Every child deserves the chance to be cured of cancer

Professor Leung Wing Hang has made it his life’s mission to find better ways to treat childhood cancers. Prof Leung shares what drives his research and his plans to transform paediatric cancer care in Singapore.

September 28, 2018 | Giving & PhilanthropyResearchEvents 

“Research is the only hope for a cure”

More than 280 Singapore General Hospital (SGH) staff, patients, family and friends took part in Swim for Rheumatology! 2018, clocking up nearly 7,500 laps and raising $106,000 for medical research. Among the spectators was Ms Haslina Wannor, who knows only too well the difference research can make to patients’ lives.

September 03, 2018 | Research 

Ground-breaking approach accelerates drug discovery process

An international collaboration between Imperial College London, Singapore’s Duke-NUS Medical School and Belgium-based pharmaceutical company UCB led to the discovery of a new anti-epileptic drug target and a whole new approach that promises to speed up the discovery of future drugs to treat debilitating diseases, such as epilepsy.

August 30, 2018 | Academic MedicineResearch 

Progress in developing powerful vaccines against dengue or zika

Duke-NUS have found vaccination to one or more viruses can be leveraged upon to gain protection against closely-related viruses, such as dengue or Zika.

August 27, 2018 | Giving & PhilanthropyEventsAcademic MedicineAcademic Clinical ProgrammesResearchEducation 

The drive for a healthier tomorrow

SingHealth Duke-NUS Charity Golf 2018 raises more than $413,000 to support medical research and training for Singapore’s top killer diseases and disabling conditions.