HealthTech NTU aims to nurture a new generation of academic researchers with the training and mindset to carry out and translate highly interdisciplinary research at the interface of the life sciences, engineering and commerce, ready for the healthcare challenges that tomorrow brings.
We draw on NTU’s acknowledged strengths in engineering and technology combined with LKCMedicine’s deep understanding of disease biology and clinical practice and promote intellectual cross-pollination between engineering, natural sciences and medicine by:
We are exceptionally well placed to provide solutions, fortunate to be working at an extraordinary juncture in the development of biomedical innovations, with enormous productivity resulting from a great confluence of the life sciences, physical sciences and engineering.
NTU-HSPH Initiative for Sustainable Nanotechnology
The NTU-Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health Initiative for Sustainable Nanotechnology (NTU-Harvard SusNano) brings together scientists from NTU and Harvard University to work on cutting edge applications and Environment, Health and Safety (EHS) implications of nanomaterials, with emphasis on green synthesis and safer-by-design approaches, to pave the way to a sustainable nanotechnology industry.Learn more
The Interdisciplinary Graduate Programme (IGP) Thematic PhD Research in Healthy Society at HealthTech NTU aims to attract outstanding students with a passion for interdisciplinary research in health technologies, engineering the future of healthcare to catalyse the development and translation of new technologies to solve health problems and improve quality of life.
It offers Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) with the following health technology research foci: