Professor, Health Services Systems Research Department,
Duke-NUS Medical School Singapore
Director, Population Health Programme, Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI)
• Speaker, Allied Health Symposium, 17 Sep 2021
Prof Ecosse Lamoureux holds a tenured appointment with the Duke-NUS Medical School Singapore, Health Services and System Research Department and professorial appointments with the National University of Singapore and the University of Melbourne.
He is the Director of the Population Research Platform at the SERI.
His research programme focuses on sensory impairment in the elderly; and the prevention, intervention, and outcomes research associated with age-related eye diseases, aging, and diabetes microvascular complications. His research includes the implementation of novel RCTs; population-based epidemiological studies; new prevention and treatment models for vision impairment and eye care; adherence to management of eye diseases; and patient-centred outcomes. Importantly, his work has produced novel computer adaptive testing (CAT) systems to optimally assess the impact of eye diseases and associated treatment efficacies.
To date, Prof Lamoureux's overall research activities have attracted over SGD42 million in competitive grant funding in Australia's National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), Australian ARC and Singapore's National Medical Research Council. In addition, he has been awarded numerous fellowships such as the Australian NHMRC Career Fellowships, and the Singapore Clinician Scientist Award. He has over 411 publications in top international journals, and his international standing is supported by numerous invited oral presentations at international and regional conferences.