A multinational study led by researchers from NUS Medicine, and involving more than 5,000 heart failure patients from over 11 Asian regions, has shed new light on the outcome and prevalence of the major risk factors for heart failure.
Some of the world’s leaders, and leading thinkers from NUS and overseas, regularly gather and add to the rich diversity of thoughts and ideas on our campuses, in Singapore and across the globe. Here’s what they had to share.
347 NUS Students' Community Service Club volunteers repainted walls and created cheerful murals for elderly folks living in Kreta Ayer, Redhill and Tiong Bahru as part of the “Paint-A-Home” programme.
Programme Leader of the Anti-microbial Resistance Programme at the NUS Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, Associate Professor Hsu Li Yang, explains the need for greater community support to reduce the risk of TB drug resistance.