Dr Sarada Bulchand
Lead Education Associate, Office of Education, Duke-NUS Medical School
Sarada Bulchand is a scientist and educator leading career development for researchers and faculty development for health professions educators. She is the Lead for Duke-NUS Career Development Programme and Co-Director for Duke-NUS Premed Course. She also leads faculty development training for the Academic Medicine-Education Institute. In other roles she is lead facilitator for the Masters in International Translational Medicine and curriculum developer for the SingHealth Duke-NUS Global Health Institute. She is a certified career coach and also holds certifications in Team Based Learning, and Fundamentals in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy.
She received her PhD from NUS in Molecular Biology for research on the genetic underpinnings of muscle development and was a recipient of the Singapore Millennium Foundation Fellowship for this work. Her postdoctoral work at Duke-NUS studied obesity induced insulin resistance. In the past she has led the Science Communication Office at the Tata Institute of Fundamental Research, Mumbai and served as guest faculty at the Centre for Excellence in Basic Sciences, University of Mumbai. She aims to blend her extensive research experience with innovative areas of education to foster life-long learning.
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