Our Mission: To grow and develop research in Surgery ACP and to nurture clinician scientists / innovators / investigators
Academic medicine means that on top of caring for patients, a doctor should take the opportunity to also discover useful new knowledge and teach the next generation of doctors. This positively impacts on patients both current and future and creates the opportunity to do something more impactful with our lives as surgeons.
The Academic Clinical Program in Surgery aims to create the environment necessary for the practice of academic surgery. We hope to elevate and expand the base of researchers and innovators in Surgery by investing in and nurturing talents – among students, residents and faculty.
Deputy Vice Chair (Research), Asst Prof Amos Loh’s message:
At its heart, translational research in academic medicine aims to impact lives and improve health. As we seek to advance scientific knowledge of surgical diseases, we do so to improve patients’ survival and wellbeing, and continually support and nurture future generations of surgeon scientists.
Deputy Vice Chair (Research), Surgery ACPSenior Consultant, Paediatric Surgery, KKH
Surgical Technology & Innovation
Assoc Prof Yuen Heng WaiDeputy Director, Surgical Technology & Innovation OfficeSenior Consultant, Otorhinolaryngology - Head & Neck Surgery, CGH
Prof Brian GohDirector, Database RegistrySenior Consultant, Department of Hepatopancreatobiliary & Transplant Surgery, SGH & NCCS
Surgical Health Services Research
Assoc Prof Emile TanDirector, Surgical Health Services ResearchConsultant (Head), Department of Colorectal Surgery, SGH & NCCS
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