BME Staff outing @ Fort Canning Hill Park
A walk through the rich and tumultuous story of Singapore through the hill's history, while basking in the peace and serenity among its ancient flora and modern art pieces.
Dr Thomas Teh wins the esteemed Savio L-Y. Woo Young Researcher Award
In the recent International Symposium on Ligaments & Tendons - XV (ISL&T-XV), Dr Thomas Teh, a research fellow with the Department of Biomedical Engineering, has garnered the prestigious Savio L-Y. Woo Young Researcher Award which is presented to young researchers who perform the best research studies.
NUS open house, 12th Mar 2016
BME's outreach committee was out in full force during the NUS Open House held on the 12th of March. The event was a roaring success!
BME open house (RNS talk), 20th Feb 2016
The annual BME open house (RNS talk) is organized for Returning NSmen (RNS) and students who have expressed interest in the BME programme to visit our department and learn more about us.
Professor Lim Chwee Teck placed in inaugural Asian Scientist 100 list
Prof Lim is one of three NUS Professors featured in the inaugural Asian Scientist 100 list.
All honorees must have received a national or international prize in the last two years for his or her scientific research through competitive selection, made a significant contribution in scientific discovery, or displayed leadership that has benefitted either academia or industry.
Two NUS BME Professors to be inducted into Medical And Biological Engineering Elites
The American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (AIMBE) has announced the pending induction of Professor James Goh and Professor Lim Chwee Teck into its College of Fellows during its 25th Annual Meeting at the National Academy of Sciences Great Hall in Washington, DC on April 4, 2016. Congratulation to both of them!
Modified excerpts from AIMBE news release:
"... Professor James Goh, elected for exceptional contributions to musculoskeletal bioengineering and active promotion of the field of biomedical engineering."
"... Professor Lim Chwee Teck, elected for outstanding contributions in applying cell mechanics and designing innovative microfluidic technologies for disease diagnosis, prognosis and personalized treatment."
The College of Fellows is comprised of the most accomplished and distinguished engineering and medical school chairs, research directors, professors, innovators, and successful entrepreneurs in the country. Since it's inception till 2015, only three other professionals from Singapore had been elected....continue
Media coverage: NUS research team develops smart robotic glove
Congratulation to the NUS team comprising of Dr. Raye Yeow, Dr Lim Jeong Hoon from the NUS Department of Medicine, as well as PhD candidate Mr Yap Hong Kai and undergraduate student Mr Benjamin Ang Wee Keong!
Their new lightweight and smart rehabilitation device called EsoGlove will start its clinical trial next month with a spin-off company in sight.
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