May 12, 2017 | Academic Medicine, Clinical Care and Innovation, Upclose
Assoc Prof Prema Raj reflects on his return to SGH Campus, his “home”, and what drives him and his team at the SingHealth Duke-NUS Liver Transplant Centre, almost two years after it was formed.
April 05, 2017 | Research, Upclose
Professor Ada Yonath, winner of the 2009 Nobel Prize for Chemistry, shared how she overcame multiple challenges and setbacks in her research journey at the SingHealth Duke-NUS Research Day 2017.
March 22, 2017 | Allied Health, Clinical Care and Innovation, Events, Upclose
Renowned art therapist and research psychologist Dr Cathy Malchiodi explains the relevance of art-based therapy in healthcare today, and how patients can find common healing grounds in art-based therapy.
March 22, 2017 | Research, Upclose
Dr Jasmine Lew, Resident Physician at SingHealth Polyclinics - Bedok, could be a rare specimen of clinician: she is a primary care clinician-researcher. Last year, her investigation revealed a link between red meat and kidney failure.
March 16, 2017 | Upclose, Research
Assoc Prof Tina Wong, Senior Consultant at the Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) is a successful clinician scientist and educator. She’s also a devoted wife and mother. Here, she shares how women can be confident and reach their goals in the medical and scientific arena.
January 25, 2017 | Giving & Philanthropy, Upclose
To cultivate a culture of giving in NDCS, we need to steward our donors to the causes closest to their hearts.
October 25, 2016 | Education, Academic Medicine, Upclose
In July 2016, Dr Jasmine Chung, Associate Consultant at SGH's Department of Infectious Diseases travelled to Duke University Hospital, where she would spend her next one year. Tomorrow’s Medicine talks to Dr Jasmine Chung in Duke to find out more about her experience.
October 11, 2016 | Academic Medicine, Upclose
Lessons from Duke Health’s journey in improving global health. By Assoc Prof Krishna Udayakumar, Head of global innovation for Duke Health, US.
August 24, 2016 | Residency Program, Upclose
In healthcare, medicine cures but compassion heals. Read how Dr Kenneth Chin, from the Duke-NUS class of 2016, believes that conveying compassion and building trust is just as vital to a patient's well-being as is evidence-based care.