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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    ​LKCMedicine 2015 postdoctoral fellowship awarded
    LKCMedicine awards its prestigious postdoctoral fellowship to Dr Chua Song Lin, the fourth recipient of the fellowship since its launch in 2013. The award is given to new or recent PhD graduates with the potential to achieve research excellence and grow into full-fledged faculty roles at the School.


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    ​Special delivery from Imperial
    Last month, LKCMedicine took delivery of a more unusual shipment. Carefully wrapped in protective film, some 180 human anatomical specimens arrived in Singapore all the way from London.


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    ​LKCMedicine continues to attract strong interest from students
    ​On 8 April, interviews for a place in LKCMedicine's fourth cohort started. Over ten days in April, more than 400 shortlisted students hopeful of securing a place in the Class of 2021 will complete the circuit of eight stations that make up the School's Multiple Mini Interviews (MMIs).


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    The Hospital Without Doctors
    A heart for medicine. Our students as doctors-to-be, recently showed their passion for medicine in a community hospital situated along the Thailand-Burma border. They were in action at Mae Tao Clinic under the mentorship of Assistant Dean for Year 5 Assoc Prof Tham Kum Ying during their school break. Read more about their life-changing experience here.


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    ​LKCMedicine Newsletter Issue 23
    In this issue, we catch up with some of our pioneer students to find out how the first of their three exciting years of clinical learning is going. Year 2 students Melvin and Wei Jie tell us all about their trip to Imperial College London. We get to know our new Vice-Dean for Research, Professor Russell Gruen, and introduce our first cohort of LKCMedicine PhD students. We also bring you all the latest news and updates.


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    ​Public Lecture on Population Health and Ageing
    The lecture features eminent scholars in the domains of public health and gerontology and seeks to address the medical, psychosocial and economic issues brought about by changing population health demands and ageing population.

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    LKCMedicine Guest Lecture by Prof Linda Samuelson
    Prof Samuelson will be presenting on “Notch Function in The Gastrointestinal Stem Cell Niche”.

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    ​MERSU Seminar Series by Prof Henk Schmidt
    Prof Schmidt's seminar is titled "For Better or Worse: Context Influences Diagnostic Accuracy".

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    ​Frontiers in Mental Health Symposium
    Watch and download presentations and slides from the symposium here.

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    ​4th SingHealth Duke-NUS Scientific Congress
    SingHealth Duke-NUS Scientific Congress is back for their fourth year, bringing the latest medical developments and scientific advances for better healthcare in the future.