The SingHealth Duke-NUS Academic Medical Centre (AMC) has set up enablers to support passionate early-career clinicians who want to pursue research as part of their clinical career.
1. What should I do first?
Stay updated on latest grant information and notifications, and gain access to various core facilities and research spaces in SingHealth Duke-NUS AMC.
Should you require administrative assistance with your grant applications or processes, you may contact your respective host institutions' Research Administration Offices (RDOs) or Academic Clinical Programme (ACP) administration teams for help.
A list of RDO contacts can be found below:
The SingHealth Office of Research also manages an online Research Grant Calendar, which offers an overview of healthcare-related grant calls in Singapore.You may access the Grant Calendar at
2. I need help with certain research techniques and resources. Who can I contact?
There are various core platforms and Centres within the AMC that you may approach for assistance or guidance with your research projects. As a fee may be chargeable, it is essential that you approach the core platforms early for a quotation based on your proposed application before applying for any grant.
Advanced Molecular Pathology Laboratory (AMPL)
Health Services Research Centre (HSRC)
Investigational Medicine Unit (IMU)
Medical Technology Office (MTO)
SingHealth Experimental Medicine Centre (SEMC)
SingHealth Tissue Repository (STR)
Ethics & Integrity
Institutional Animal Care and the Use Committee (IACUC)
Centralised Institutional Review Board (CIRB)
Office of Research Integrity and Compliance (ORIC)
Centre for Clinician Scientist Development (CCSD)
Centre for Quantitative Medicine (CQM)
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