Advance Medical Research


NUHS Fund - Advance Medical Research

Seed Funding for Young Clinician Scientists

Some of the most innovative work of our research teams — work that now receives strong grant support from agencies such as the National Medical Research Council and the National Research Foundation — began with seed investments from private philanthropy. As such, philanthropy provides valuable seed money to support young clinician scientists in the discovery of new research ideas that can be translated into more effective ways to prevent, diagnose and treat diseases.

Professorships and Fellowships

Professorships enable the Schools such as the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine to appoint renowned experts in various fields of medicine to mentor doctors who will shape medicine for the future in Singapore as well as take on leadership roles in medical research to improve population health in Singapore and beyond.

Fellowships allow the Schools such as the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine to bring in the most exciting researchers from around the world to support groundbreaking research in the various fields of medicine.

Your support in the area of Medical Research will enable translation of new ideas into meaningful healthcare solutions for individuals and population. The next big idea can happen with your gift!

Please contact us if if you would like to discuss making a gift towards Medical Research at NUHS.

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