April 2022 | Issue 59
On 11 April, it was announced that NTU Singapore and Imperial College London will successfully conclude their collaboration agreement to establish LKCMedicine as planned in 2028. This issue shares the news with our larger LKCMedicine community.
At the same time, we celebrate the one-year anniversary of Professor Joseph Sung’s appointment as LKCMedicine Dean. We hear from Prof Sung himself about his reflections on this significant milestone in a special message.
Read about all these and more in the April issue!
Up close with Dr Lim Wen Phei
LKCMedicine Assistant Principal Lead (Psychiatry) Dr Lim shares her thoughts on preventive measures or interventions that could help in caring for the mental health of healthcare workers in light of burnout and fatigue among them.
LKCMedicine launches James Best Distinguished Lecture series
The School launched its first ever named lecture, the James Best Distinguished Lecture, with former Dean Professor James Best as the inaugural speaker of the series.
Casting an eye on the future
We share the news that NTU Singapore and Imperial College London will successfully conclude their collaboration agreement to establish LKCMedicine as planned in 2028.
Message from Our Dean: Grateful, proud and inspired
Professor Joseph Sung reflects on his first year as LKCMedicine Dean and looking forward, his plans to lead it to become a world-class medical school.
Breakthrough in determining structure of tiny particles at nanometre scale leading to new drug discovery
An NTU-led team determined the structure of a particular ion channel at near-atomic state – a first in Singapore.
The inaugural CHA-NTU collaborative symposium
Jointly organised by NTU and CHA University, Korea, the inaugural collaborative symposium focused on stem cells and regenerative medicine.
Journey from first-year medical students to forever
After COVID-19 disrupted their plans for an overseas photo shoot, two LKCMedicine alumni returned to the Novena campus, which holds special meaning for them, to take pre-wedding photos.
Imperial and NTU Singapore explore new collaborations after LKCMedicine success
The two institutions will successfully conclude their 18-year partnership agreement on LKCMedicine as planned in 2028, pledging to deepen their ties.