As part of the Singhealth Duke-NUS campus, we value the opportunity to educate the next generation of doctors and surgeons-to-be in surgical cancer care and cancer research. The department is active in curriculum planning for Duke-NUS, and clinical teaching for students from Duke-NUS Medical School and Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. We also actively contribute to the teaching and training of surgical residents. We welcome applications for attachments not only from local medical students but also from overseas medical students or pre-med students interested in pursuing medicine or oncology research as a career.
Interested applicants please contact Ms Jasmine Pung at <firstname.lastname@example.org> for more information.
Name of award
Surgical Star – Inspiring Teacher Award (Division of Surgery, SGH)
Dr Melissa Teo
YLLSoM Best Tutor Awards
YLL School of Medicine Awards and Appreciation Nite 2013 – Outstanding
Outstanding Faculty Award – voted by your residents at the RISE award
Rise Awards – Outstanding Faculty Award
Dr Grace Tan
Certificate of Commendation for being a Role Model to the Class of 2014,
Outstanding Faculty for Surgery, Duke-NUS
Special Recognition Award for Role Model to Medicine Graduating Class of
Special Recognition Award, NUS
Dr Johnny Ong
Outstanding Faculty Award – Residency in SingHealth Excels (RiSE)
The goals and objectives of our fellowship program are to train surgeons to provide comprehensive tertiary multidsiciplinary care for patients with complex intra-abdominal, pelvic and peritoneal malignancies. This is a 6-month full time fellowship program, with plausibility of extension at discretion of supervisor. Candidates must have completed an accredited specialist training in General Surgery. For more information, please refer to https://www.nccs.com.sg/education-training/fellowship/surgical-oncology-fellowship-programme
Asian Peritoneal Surface Malignancy Group (APSMG) - a network of professionals and peritoneal treatment units that promotes learning opportunities and collaborations across the member Peritoneal Treatment Centers and units. The SPRinT team was one of the founding members of this group, and hosts the annual Peritoneal Surface Malignancy Course in Singapore which hosts a diverse range of regional and international oncologic surgeons interested in the latest practice changing updates.
For more information, please refer to http://apsmg.org and https://www.psmconference.org
Singapore Peritoneal Oncology Study group (SPOS) – a collaboration between National Cancer Centre Singapore and surgeons from National Cancer Institute Singapore (NCIS) to advance research and education in peritoneal surface oncology.