Published on 14 Dec 2021

PhD student takes home two awards at SPS Student Research Awards 2021

Congratulations to PhD Psychology student, Shaik Muhammad Amin for taking home two national-level awards at the Singapore Psychological Society's (SPS) Student Research Awards 2021.

Amin was presented with 'Best Postgraduate Student Research Award ' and the prestigious 'Fred Long Award for Research Excellence for his paper, “Recovery Needs and Psychosocial Rehabilitation Trajectory of Stroke Survivors (PReTS): An Overview of Systematic Reviews". His paper critically examines the rehabilitation and recovery needs and trajectory of stroke survivors. 

“I am pleased, honoured and humbled to be the winner of the Singapore Psychological Society (SPS) Postgraduate Student Research Awards 2021 and the recipient of the 2021 Fred Long Award for Research Excellence," he shares. "This award is a third consecutive win for my team of NTU Action Research for Community Health (ARCH) Laboratory and represents our dedication towards the promotion of holistic health and mental wellness, and the enhancement of care and support for people facing illness and loss, under the guidance of Assoc Prof Andy Hau Yan Ho."

Amin hopes to use this recognition as momentum to continue his pursuit of generating empirical and translational knowledge in addressing the myriad challenges that Singaporean stroke survivors and their families face with regularity.

Congratulations once again, Amin!