Oncology Academic Clinical Program

 

An Academic Clinical Program (ACP) is a cluster-wide framework for all clinical specialties to advance in Academic Medicine with resources and funding support from SingHealth and Duke-NUS. Each ACP brings together specialists in a particular discipline from different institutions to maximise the power of shared knowledge and resources. The formation of ACPs taps on the combined strengths of the partnership between the SingHealth Group and Duke-NUS. Research, scholarly work and education contribute to the enhancement of patient care. ACPs give recognition to clinicians who have been contributing actively to teaching and research as multi-disciplinary teams that strive to improve patient care and outcomes.

The Oncology Academic Clinical Program (ACP) was part of the third wave of ACPs and it was rolled out in January 2013.

 

Structure

 

ONCOLOGY ACP: Organization Chart

ONCO ACP Organisation Chart

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Contact Oncology ACP for more information:

Ms Germaine Bravenboer, National Cancer Centre Singapore
Email: germaine.bravenboer@nccs.com.sg

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Exciting Discoveries for Our Research Work!

4 November 2013 - Singapore Scientists Expose Molecular Secrets of Bile Duct Cancers from Different Countries

A team of scientists from the National Cancer Centre Singapore, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore, Fundeni Clinical Institute (Romania) and Koen Kaen University (Thailand), have made a seminal breakthrough in understanding the molecular basis of bile duct cancer or cholangiocarcinoma, a rare but highly lethal form of liver cancer.

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12 August 2013 - Singapore Scientists Unravel Cancers Linked To Herbal Remedies

A team of scientists from the National Cancer Centre Singapore, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore, and Taiwan’s Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, LinKou, have made a breakthrough in understanding the cancer-promoting action of Aristolochic Acid (AA), a natural product of Aristolochia plants traditionally used in some Asian herbal remedies for weight loss and slimming.

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3 May 2013 - Three NCCS Clinician-Scientist bag Merit Awards at prestigious American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) Annual Meeting

Three NCCS clinician-scientists have each won the prestigious ASCO Merit Awards this year. This is a first for NCCS where three of its staff won the awards at the same scientific meeting.

The three recipients from NCCS are Dr Joanne Ngeow, Dr Tira Tan and Dr Melvin Chua.

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24 Jan 2013 - NCCS scientists discover p53 mutation hinders cancer treatment response

Scientists from the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) have discovered the workings of the gene that has been hindering treatment response in cancer patients. This discovery was made after 5 years of studying the mutant form of the p53 gene, the major tumor suppressor in humans, which is generally found mutated in over 50% of all type of human cancers.

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