MD / MBBS / BDS
Singaporean/ Permanent Resident / Foreigner
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 Year 3 research/scholarly projects with a Mentor from the 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.
Each Duke-NUS Medical Student and ACP Mentor awardee pair will be funded for the students' Year 3 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 services and purchase of equipment.
The Duke-NUS MSF is open to Duke-NUS Medical Students who meets the following eligibility criteria:
Undertaking Year 3 research/scholarly project in JULY 2019 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: 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.
Application to this fund is by invitation only.For more information, please refer to the AM's website here (internet accessible link).