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Congratulations to the Winners of the Best Oral Paper Presentation and Best Poster Competition as well as Student Awards!

Basic Science and Translational Research
​Best Oral Paper
Bacteriophage-Antibiotic Combinations as an Alternative Treatment Option for Carbapenem-resistant Pseudomonas Aeruginosa (CRPA)
Dr Thong Shuhua
Singapore General Hospital
​Best Poster
Identification of Mycobacteria and Detection of Drug-resistant TB in Clinical Samples Using Targeted Next-Generation Sequencing (NGS) Using the Deeplex® MYC-TB assay (Deeplex)
Dr Ng Yi Kai
Singapore General Hospital
​Best Poster
Developing Cell Based Therapy for Photoreceptor Degeneration - Identification of Gene Candidates for Photoreceptor Cell Fate Specification
Mr Tan Wei Sheng
Duke-NUS Medical School
Young Scientist Award
Comparison between Vision Transformers and Convolutional Neural Networks in Diabetic Retinopathy Detection
Miss Goh Hui Lin Jocelyn
Singapore Eye Research Institute

Clinical Research - Junior

Health Services and Systems Research

Population Health
​Best Oral Paper
Improving Maternal Population Health through Primary Health Level Screening for Postpartum Depression during Well-Child Visits: Prevalence, Associated Risk Factors, and Breastfeeding
Ms Ch’ng Ying Chia, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital
​Best Poster
Performance of Novel Technologies for Fall Risk Assessments among Cognitively Impaired Older Adults: A Systematic Review
Miss Koh Jean Wen, Vanessa, Duke-NUS Medical School
​Best Poster
Profile and Healthcare Utilisation Patterns of Adolescent Frequent Attenders in Primary Care
Dr Koh Wei-Mei, Jeremy, SingHealth Polyclinics
​Young Scientist Award
​Factors Associated with Favorable Neurological Outcomes in Elderly Out-Of-Hospital Cardiac Arrests
Miss Chloe Alexis Ong, Nanyang Technological University

Special Category (Allied Health)

Best Student Awards
Student Award
Effective Interventions to Improve Access to Medicines in Primary Care Settings in Low- and Middle-Income Countries: A Qualitative Study
Ms Ho Wen Qi Jane, Duke-NUS Medical School
Student Award
​Impact of White Matter Hyperintensities on Domain-Specific Cognition in Southeast Asians
Mr Wang Jia Dong James, Nanyang Technological University
​Student Award
Pepsin in Saliva for the Diagnosis of Erosive Esophagitis Post-Sleeve Gastrectomy: A Prospective Observational Study
Mr Yarn Kit Chan, Duke-NUS Medical School