Dean's Message
The Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine opened its doors to our inaugural cohort of medical students on 5 August 2013. On that historic day, we welcomed 54 outstanding young men and women. Since then, our cohort size has grown and soon we will welcome each year 150 or more aspiring young doctors, who will be working with and learning from some of the best talents in medicine and healthcare.



 

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    ​More than 450 scientists and researchers attend EMBO Gold Medallist Symposium 2015
    More than 450 scientists and researchers from across Singapore attended the EMBO Gold Medallist Symposium 2015 held over three days from 11 to 13 May in the Matrix Building’s Breakthrough & Discovery Theatrette at Biopolis. Jointly organised by LKCMedicine and A*STAR, the event featured a stellar line-up of EMBO Gold Medallists and EMBO Young Investigators who shared insights into their latest research.


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    ​EMBO Gold Medallist Symposium opens to packed audience
    ​Researchers from Singapore research institutes crowded into the Breakthrough & Discovery Theatrette at Biopolis Matrix Building today, May 11, for the first day of the 2015 EMBO Gold Medallist Symposium.


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    LKCMedicine hosts high tea for prospective students
    On 9 May 2015, LKCMedicine hosted tea for about 90 students keen to join the School. Held at the Marina Bay Sands EXPO and Convention centre, the session was an excellent opportunity for the students who had met the rigorous entry requirements to LKCMedicine’s MBBS programme.


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    ​A night of jamming at LKCMedicine
    On Labour Day eve, students from both cohorts gathered at the Mandalay Lecture Theatre for the yearly Peanut Butter & Jam (PB&J), LKCMedicine’ s very own performing arts affair. PB&J 2015 showcased the students’ wide range of talents.


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    ​LKCMedicine explores research collaboration with Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute
    ​LKCMedicine and NTU hosted the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute (AMRI) of Monash University over two days to explore common areas of interest and forge new collaborations.


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    Humanity in Medicine Student Art Competition
    Calling all budding student artists! In conjunction with Singapore’s 50th year of independence and the launch in August 2015 of Humanity in Medicine – A Look at the Past and Forward to the Future exhibition commemorating 50 years of Singapore’s medical humanitarian efforts, LKCMedicine is organising a student art competition.

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    ​LKCMedicine Guest Lecture by Dr Raymond Ng & Dr Reinhard Brunmeir​
    Dr Raymond Ng will be sharing on "Developing Super-Enhancer-Driven MicroRNA Mimics as Therapeutics for Metabolic Syndrome" while Dr Reinhard Brunmeir will be presenting on "Understanding the Genetic Ancestry of a Single Genome and Accessing the Person's Health Status".

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    ​EMBO Gold Medallist Symposium 2015
    LKCMedicine and A*Star are pleased to invite you to the EMBO Gold Medallist Symposium 2015 on 11-13 May 2015 at Matrix Building, Biopolis, Singapore.

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    ​LKCMedicine Lecture Series by Asst Prof Ch'ng Toh Hean
    Asst Prof Ch'ng Toh Hean will be sharing on "Synapse to Nucleus Signalling in Neurons: How Long Distance Transport of Proteins can Regulate the Encoding of Long Term Memories".

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    ​LKCMedicine Brown Bag Seminar
    Dr Rathi Saravanan will be sharing with us on “Host Defense Peptides - Beyond Membrane Disruption". Dr Monika Semwal and Dr Charoula-Konstantia Nikolaou will present on “The Impact of eLearning in Medical Education”.