November 16, 2018 | Academic MedicineHealthcare IT 

When It’s More Than Just Fun and Games

Technology is transforming the way medical and nursing students learn and pushing them to be even better doctors and nurses than before. Games and simulations offer students an exciting learning experience that promises to teach through play.

November 01, 2018 | Academic Medicine 

Human protein being used to grow new skin for burn patients in faster method

Researchers from Duke-NUS Medical School and Singapore General Hospital are one step closer to creating a faster method to grow human skin for skin grafts for burns patients.

October 12, 2018 | Academic MedicineEducationResidency ProgramUpclose 

Nurturing our future clinicians

Dr Mara McAdams, Associate Dean of Student Affairs & Alumni Relations at Duke-NUS, tells us about the importance of honing non-academic skills in doctors-to-be.

September 21, 2018 | Clinical Care and InnovationAcademic MedicineGlobal Health 

Successful liver surgery paves way for similar ops

SGH team performs transplant involving living donor with incompatible blood group

September 19, 2018 | UpcloseAcademic MedicineClinical Care and InnovationPhoto Story 

The turning point

Mr Ramasamy Sinnasamy, 61, was diagnosed with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Thanks to the multidisciplinary care at the SingHealth Duke-NUS Lung Centre, he is now back to work and enjoying family time.

September 14, 2018 | Academic Medicine 

KKH's gene test susses out mystery illnesses

KKH doctors develop gene test to diagnose rare ailments in children.

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.

January 10, 2018 | Academic MedicineResearch 

New way to better predict stomach cancer

A research team led by the National University Health System (NUHS) and Duke-NUS Medical School have found a new way to better predict and prevent stomach cancer.

January 10, 2018 | Academic MedicineResearch 

Growing bone for implants

Dental implants will enter a whole new phase if local researchers manage to grow bone in the place where a tooth is missing.