Assoc Prof Hannah Lim was awarded a grant of $488,508 as a Principal Investigator (PI) of the Future Health Programme at the Singapore-ETH Centre.
Future Health Technologies (FHT) develops mobile health technology concepts, leveraging scalable digital technologies to transform the healthcare system towards a community-based and patient-centric model along the continuum of care. The FHT is the third programme of the Singapore-ETH Centre, which was established by ETH Zurich and Singapore's National Research Foundation (NRF), as part of NRF’s CREATE Campus.
Assoc Prof Hannah Lim
Assoc Prof Lim, the PI in Module 4 of FHT on ‘Health Data Governance and Value Creation’ explained, “As the other modules of the FHT programme develops new mobile digital health technologies, Module 4 will develop a trustworthy data governance framework and toolkit appropriate to the legal and regulatory framework of the Singaporean and Swiss ecosystems.”
“Module 4 aims to develop structures, models and frameworks that protects data privacy, data ownership and accountability, while enabling analytics across a variety of health data within the FHT health data microcosm,” she added.
For more details of her module, please visit Future Health Technologies.