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The Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (LKCMedicine) welcomed its pioneering cohort of alumni in 2018 with the setting up of the LKCMedicine Alumni Association. As the Association grows in size, the School looks forward to building a strong relationship with its alumni community by constant engagement with each alumni member through the bi-annual alumni newsletter and social activities. 

LKCMedicine is built on a visionary partnership between Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) and Imperial College London (Imperial). All graduates from the LKCMedicine undergraduate MBBS programme have the distinction of being recognised as alumni of both NTU Singapore and Imperial. 

For more information on what each alumni office has to offer, please click on the respective links below: 

2018-2019 LKCMedicine Alumni Association Committee

All LKCMedicine graduates are automatically enrolled as members of the Alumni Association. The Association is headed by a committee that is elected for a two-year term.

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Dr Aishwarya Narayanan
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Dr Leon Tan
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Dr Lavisha Punjabi
              Vice-President              ​                     

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Dr Joey Wong                
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              Dr Gabriel Wong

Contact information 

For alumni association-related matters, please contact LKCMedicine Alumni Association. 


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NTU LKCMedicine Alumni Association
c/o Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
             Development, Planning & Strategic Relations Department
             Novena Campus, 11 Mandalay Road
             Singapore 308232

For alumni-related matters, please contact the LKCMedicine Alumni Relatio​ns team.


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Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
Development, Planning & Strategic Relations Department
             Novena Campus, 11 Mandalay Road
             Singapore 308232

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