August 2022 | Issue 61
The past two months have certainly been eventful! LKCMedicine held the much-anticipated James Best Distinguished Lecture by Nobel laureate Professor Barry Marshall on 4 August. In July, the Class of 2022 celebrated their graduation with the usual grandeur of a full Convocation ceremony. The School also held a special event on campus for our recent graduates and alumni.
This month, we warmly welcome our latest cohort of medical students – the Class of 2027 – to a campus abuzz with various activities. Vice-Dean (Education) Professor Jennifer Cleland pens a heartfelt message to encourage our new students as they embark on their medical education. Read all this and more in the latest issue of The LKCMedicine newsletter!
Up close with Assistant Professor Lee Eng Sing
Director of the Primary Care and Family Medicine Research Programme at LKCMedicine Assistant Professor Lee Eng Sing shares his plans to promote research in line with the Healthier SG strategy.
LKCMedicine 2025 Strategic Plan – beyond the first 10 years
To chart the next stage of the School’s progress, the core leadership drafted a strategic plan for the next five years, which was unveiled at the Dean’s Townhall.
Celebrating our milestones
With the easing of safe management measures, LKCMedicine hosted many exciting programmes including the much-anticipated James Best Distinguished Lecture and Convocation 2022.
Bringing the world to Singapore, and Singapore to the world
The School has been inviting thought leaders in science and medicine to our shores to share their expertise with our healthcare and scientific communities.
Clinician-scientists graduate from LKCMedicine PhD programme amid pandemic
They are among the first National Healthcare Group clinicians to graduate from the PhD programme.
Congratulations, Class of 2022!
At the Convocation ceremony, the School’s leadership and faculty share their congratulatory messages for the Class of 2022.
Donning their white coats, new medical students pledge to be good doctors
LKCMedicine held its much-anticipated White Coat Ceremony welcoming its 10th cohort of 168 students at the grand Nanyang Auditorium over at NTU’s main campus in Jurong.
When freshmen orientation twists into a “dark circus”
The recent Freshmen Orientation Programme, MEDiesta, allowed the Class of 2027 to experience the joy of getting to know each other face to face.
Join us in London this November for Transform MedEd!
The upcoming international conference will showcase the ways in which the global medical education community has risen above the challenges of the past two years.