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The Duke-NUS Medical Student Fellowship (Duke-NUS MSF) is an AM-ETHOS initiative which provides funding support for Duke-NUS Medical Students who are undertaking their research/scholarly projects with a Mentor from the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Clinical Programme (ACP).
The Duke-NUS MSF hopes to spur the Duke-NUS Medical Students’ academic interest and experience, and at the same time, strengthen the Medical Student-ACP Mentor and ACP engagement. This is important for Duke-NUS as an academic medical school and for the SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre to identify student talents early on for medical pipeline development.
Mr Brian ChanYear 3 Duke-NUS Medical Student,Class President – Class of 2017,AM-ETHOS Duke-NUS MSF Awardee
The Duke-NUS MSF is open to Duke-NUS Medical Students who meets the following eligibility criteria:
• Undertaking research/scholarly project in the research year with a mentor from SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Clinical Programme (ACP) who is in the list of Duke-NUS Approved Research Mentor/Co-Mentor.
Note for faculty: To be a Duke-NUS Approved Research Mentor/Co-Mentor, the faculty may apply directly with the
Duke-NUS Medical Education, Research & Evaluation(MERE) Department.
The Duke-NUS Medical Student and ACP Mentor awardee pair should successfully complete the project within the stipulated timeframe. At the end of the project:
1. The Duke-NUS Medical Student should be role models to his / her juniors.
2. There should be an increase in the amount and quality of interaction and stronger partnership between the ACP Mentor and the Duke-NUS Medical Student so that it could provide further opportunities for collaborative projects.
3. ACP Mentors should be able to identify and assess potential Medical Students who are keen or apt in Research and actively engage them to continue pursuing Research.
Each Duke-NUS Medical Student and ACP Mentor awardee pair will be funded for the students’ Research project. The fund may be used to cover project related operating expenses such as consumables, services fees, overseas travel for projects with SingHealth Duke-NUS Global Health Institute, but not for hiring of permanent manpower and purchase of equipment.
The next cycle opens in FY2022.