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Research Facilities

At NUHS, our research community consisting of our researchers, staff and students are given access to a wide range of sophisticated biomedical research facilities located within the Kent Ridge Campus in the National University Hospital (NUH), NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine and NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health. 

Our facilities comprise state-of-the-art instrumentation and cutting-edge technology which are important to enhance and facilitate basic, clinical and transformative research. 

Training and support services are also provided to help investigators make optimal use of the advanced technologies available to them. Highly-trained staff offer assistance at various stages of a project – these include developing research proposals, sample preparation, analysing, processing and interpreting data generated during the research process.

Bioinformatics Core
Bioinformatics Core
Drug Discovery and Optimisation Programme (DDOP)
Drug Discovery & Optimisation
2022/01/12

  • At NUHS, our research community consisting of our researchers, staff and students are given access to a wide range of sophisticated biomedical research facilities located within the Kent Ridge Campus in the National University Hospital (NUH), NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine  & NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health. 
    Our facilities comprise of-the-art instrumentation and cutting- edge technology which are important to enhance and facilitate basic, clinical and transformative research. 

    Training and support services are also provided to help investigators make optimal use of the advanced technologies available to them. Highly-trained staff offer assistance at various stages of a project – these include developing research proposals, sample preparation, analysing, processing and interpreting data generated during the research process.

    At NUHS, our research community consisting of our researchers, staff and students are given access to a wide range of sophisticated biomedical research facilities located within the Kent Ridge Campus in the National University Hospital (NUH), NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine  & NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health. 
    Our facilities comprise of-the-art instrumentation and cutting- edge technology which are important to enhance and facilitate basic, clinical and transformative research. 

    Training and support services are also provided to help investigators make optimal use of the advanced technologies available to them. Highly-trained staff offer assistance at various stages of a project – these include developing research proposals, sample preparation, analysing, processing and interpreting data generated during the research process.



    TR

Introduction

The NUH Tissue Repository (TR) is a well-established core facility with infrastructure in bio-banking and data collection. Its mission is to provide investigators with high quality clinical samples and associated data in a manner that is safe, efficient and ethical. TR ensures the harvesting, processing and storage of bio-specimens is in accordance with national legislation (PDPA, HBRA) and international best practices laid out by International Society for Biological and Environmental Repositories (ISBER), a leading global organization that promotes and harmonize high quality standards, ethical principles and innovation in the science and management of bio-repositories. TR provides a platform for investigators to access bio-specimen related research and bio-banking resource management services at a fee for service. TR freezer farms at offsite warehouses provide solution in business continuity planning, addressing unforeseen events such as natural or man-made disasters or equipment failure that may render parts or all of inventories unusable. TR’s high throughput automated liquid handler for processing liquid bio-specimen enables TR to support large scale multi-centres projects in bio-banking. These are all made possible through the support of a core of multidisciplinary team in consent taking, bio-specimen accrual, processing, quality control, storage, retrieval, distribution, annotation of associated data and management.

Web: http://medicine.nus.edu.sg/tissue/

Contact: 
Dr Eng Chon Boon (Director)
+65-67722379
chon_boon_eng@nuhs.edu.sg

http://cms-nuhs.edu.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/research/Documents/Pages/about-NUHS-research-office/MOE AcRF 1 (FRC) FinalReport Package.zip

http://cms-nuhs.edu.sppub.healthgrp.com.sg/research/Documents/Pages/about-NUHS-research-office/MOE AcRF 1 (FRC) ProgressReport Package.zip


 

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