Department of Surgery, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
Mechanobiology Institute, Singapore
NUS Graduate School for Integrative Sciences and Engineering (NGS)
National University of Singapore
Left to Right: Front row-Tuan, Bryan, Xiang Quan, Kenneth
Middle row-Marie, Seok Hong, Evelyn, Azita, Sharvari, Dawn
Back row- Marek, Kim Kiat, Rizwan, Sum Thai, Daniel
TEO Kim Kiat, Ben
NGUYEN Ahn Tuan
Seok Hong Goh
WONG Sum Thai
CHAN Xiang Qian
The Institute of Materials Research and Engineering (IMRE) is committed to high-quality, extensive materials research and development to bring about the latest in innovation and technology. IMRE stands by the importance of materials research, which represents a vital platform for building Singapore’s competitive advantage in a knowledge-based economy. IMRE is a member of the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).
Consistently ranked as one of the top biomedical engineering programs in the nation, Duke BioMedical Engineering combines a hands-on educational experience and an interdisciplinary research environment that prepares graduates to be leaders in integrating engineering and biology to detect and treat human diseases.
Established in January 2008, the National University Health System (NUHS), a joint venture between NUS and the Ministry of Health Holdings, groups the National University Hospital and the National University of Singapore’s Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and Faculty of Dentistry under a common governance structure to create synergies to advance its tripartite mission of excellence in clinical care, translational clinical research and education.
Created in 1964, INSERM is a public institution with a scientific and technical vocation under the dual auspices of the Ministry of Health and the Ministry of Research. It was created as a successor to the French National Institute of Health. INSERM consists of 339 research units, run by 6500 permanent staff members. Eighty percent of INSERM research units are embedded in research hospitals of French universities.
The Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School is medical school opened as a collaboration between Duke and National University of Singapore. It enrolled its first class during the Fall of 2007.
The Mechanobiology Institute, National University of Singapore provides an Open Platform to bring outstanding scientists and their projects to Singapore while providing high-quality training for students and scientists (local and foreign) in quantitative systems approaches to understand biomechanical functions.
Andrew Khor Yu Keat
Brian Johnson Fung NGAN
Chang Pui Haan
Wong Cheng Lee
Vicki Wong Xin Ping
Wen Jie Lim
Zheng Jie Ng
Li Xiang Liew
Eliza Fong Li Shan
Sang Joon Ahn
Soh Zeom Yow
Ming Hao Tan
Leow Ming Yi
Thi Minh Hieu Nguyen(Hannah)
Lynn Lim Wen Xin
Shawn Ho Wei Loong
Jerome Goh Zhi Wen
Chua Ming Xun, Bryan
Left to Right: Front row-Ying Zhen, Brian, Jia Yao, Mie, Sharvari, Marie, Seok Hong, Lesley, Grace
Middle row-Emma, Stephanie, Theresia, Pei Lin,Yongqiang, Mun Yee, Soneela, Dr. Yim
Back row- Marek, Sum Thai, Terrence, Chin Min, Jason