Professor Alastair Campbell | Visiting Professor in Medical Ethics and Emeritus Director | firstname.lastname@example.org | 6516 7199
Professor Alastair V. Campbell is the Emeritus Director of CBmE and Professor in Medical Ethics in the NUS School of Medicine. Prior to this, he was Professor of Ethics in Medicine in the Medical School of the University of Bristol and Director of its Centre for Ethics in Medicine. He is a former President of the International Association of Bioethics.
Assoc. Professor Jacqueline Chin | Associate Professor and Acting Director| email@example.com | 6516 8039
Dr Jacqueline Chin is Associate Professor and Acting Director at the Centre for Biomedical Ethics (CBmE), Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. Trained as a moral philosopher through a Rhodes Scholarship at the University of Oxford, her research of the past nine years addresses national and globally-relevant capacity-building in biomedical ethics.
Assoc. Professor Chin Jing Jih | Adjunct Associate Professor | firstname.lastname@example.org | 6516 7201
Dr Chin Jing Jih is Divisional Chairman, Integrated and Community care and a Senior Consultant Geriatrician in the Department of Continuing and Community Care at Tan Tock Seng Hospital. He is an appointed member of the Singapore Medical Council. At the healthcare cluster level, he chairs the is the National Healthcare Group (NHG) Research Ethics Committee and is also Programme Director for the NHG Research Quality Assurance.
Assoc. Professor Calvin Fones | Adjunct Associate Professor | email@example.com | 6516 7201
Dr Calvin Fones is Adjunct Associate Professor with the Centre for Biomedical Ethics and the Department of Psychological Medicine. A Consultant Psychiatrist in private practice at Gleneagles Medical Centre, he continues to be active in teaching and research in Medical Ethics and clinical Psychiatry.
Nigel Hee | Research Associate | firstname.lastname@example.org | 660 15173
Nigel joined CBmE in February 2015 as a Research Associate. He is currently involved in conducting research on ethical issues in health care delivery and the development and assessment of ethics education for professional programs. He comes to the Centre with a background in logic and philosophy of language, as well as experience in public policy.
Assoc. Professor Anita Ho | Associate Professor | email@example.com | 6516 8038
Anita Ho is an Associate Professor and the Director of Undergraduate Medical Ethics Curriculum at the CBmE. Prior to joining the National University of Singapore, she was an Associate Professor at the Centre for Applied Ethics and an Associate Chair for the Behavioural Research Ethics Board at the University of British Columbia.
Dr. Calvin Ho | Assistant Professor | firstname.lastname@example.org | 6516 7232
Calvin WL Ho is Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore, Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales, Assistant Director of Legal Aid Bureau, and a member of the Singapore Nursing Board. He is Co-Head of the World Health Organization Collaborator Centre on Bioethics in Singapore, Co-Head of the Accountability Policy Task Team of the Global Alliance for Genomics & Health, an Ethics Board member of Médecins Sans Frontières (Doctors Without Borders), and a member of the Medicines in Health Systems thematic working group of Health Systems Global. His research areas are global health law and ethics, research ethics and policy, health policy and governance.
Ms Florence Ho | Adjunct Lecturer | email@example.com | 6516 7201
Florence Ho is an Adjunct Lecturer at the Centre for Biomedical Ethics and also a Senior Adjunct Lecturer at the Faculty of Dentistry, NUS, where she is responsible for developing and implementing the Dental Ethics and Law programme for all dental undergraduates.
Khoo Xue Ning | Senior Executive | firstname.lastname@example.org | 6516 1395
Xue Ning provides secretarial support to the Centre's Director for Graduate Programme. Her scope of work also involves in the planning and implementation of the Master's and doctoral degree programme within the curriculum of the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.
Veeramah Devi | Senior Executive | email@example.com | 6601 1209
Devi provides secretarial and administrative support for the National Ethics Capability Committee (NECC). Her scope of work also involves finance, administration and events management functions relating to the program. Her previous administrative experience in a statutory board comes in handy as she interacts with and supports the various stakeholders in the program.
Markus Labude | Research Associate | firstname.lastname@example.org | 6601 5172
Markus Labude joined the Centre for Biomedical Ethics (CBmE) in 2015 under the National Research Foundation’s 'Funding Initiative for Capacity Development in Biomedical Ethics in Singapore'. Markus is a graduate of Yale University's doctoral program in philosophy, where he specialized in ethics and political philosophy.
A/Prof Lalit Krishna | Clinical Assistant Professor | email@example.com | 6516 7201
A/Prof Lalit Krishna is a Senior Consultant at the Division of Palliative Medicine, National Cancer Centre. He holds a masters in Medical Ethics, a masters in Medical Education and a PhD in Medical Ethics.
Lalit also holds the appointments of Associate Professor at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore, and Clinical Senior Lecturer at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore. He has recently taken up the post of Director of Practice Course 2 at Duke NUS and Director of Phase IV and V at the Centre of Biomedical Ethics at NUS. He is the chairman of the Clinical Ethics Committee and the Internal Audit Committee at NCCS.
Dr Peter Loke | Adjunct Senior Lecturer | firstname.lastname@example.org | 6516 7201
Dr Peter Loke is an adjunct lecturer in the Centre for Biomedical Ethics. He is the Regional Medical Adviser for Syngenta Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, where he deals with medical issues relating to crop protection products, and is also a family medicine practitioner in private practice.
Dr Lee Tsung-Ling | Research Fellow | email@example.com | 6601 5552
Tsung-Ling is currently a Research Fellow with Centre for Biomedical Ethics, National University of Singapore. She received her doctorate in law from Georgetown University Law Center, where her dissertation examined the proper role of government and the World Health Organization in the new public health paradigm. Tsung-Ling’s research investigates the complex, at times antagonistic, relationships between the authority of law and the public in three distinct health domains: innovative medical treatments, infectious disease controls and the regulation of risk factors for non-communicable diseases. The common theme that waves through the interrogation in these domains, is the focus on improving governance and addressing injustice through the use of law.
Dr. Tamra Maree Lysaght | Assistant Professor | firstname.lastname@example.org | 6516 7903
Dr Lysaght’s research interests lie broadly around the ethical, sociopolitical and regulatory issues surrounding stem cell science and the clinical translation of regenerative medicines and genomics. She has expertise in empirical ethics and experience research methods in examining the social, political and ethical issues.
Professor Paul Ananth Tambyah | Joint Appointment | email@example.com | 6516 7201
Professor Paul Ananth Tambyah is currently a Senior Consultant in Division of Infectious Diseases, National University Hospital, Professor of Medicine at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine& Honorary Joint Professor at CBmE. He is currently the Secretary-General of the Asia Pacific Society of Clinical Microbiology and Infection and immediate past President of the Society of Infectious Diseases (Singapore). His past appointments include the founding head of the division of Infectious Diseases in NUS, Assistant Dean in Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (YLLSOM), and a board member of the Society of Healthcare Epidemiology in America. His main research interests are in emerging infectious diseases and hospital acquired infection. Prof Tambyah collaborates with several CBmE Faculty on the ethics of infectious disease control and global health ethics.
Rosnizah Binte Mohd Ali | MAO | firstname.lastname@example.org | 6516 7201
Rosnizah provides secretarial support to the Centre's Director. Her scope of work also involves supporting in the administrative work pertaining to CBmE. Having come from the Education industry, some of her experience in student affairs and curriculum work comes in handy, with the integration of Ethics modules in the revised Undergraduate curriculum under the longitudinal track, called HELP (Health Ethics, Law and Professionalism).
Sumytra Menon | Snr. Asst. Director | email@example.com | 6516 7597
Ms Sumytra Menon is a Senior Assistant Director at the Centre for Biomedical Ethics (CBmE). Sumy's primary role is to develop a national competency framework for clinical and research ethics training, which involves working with the members of the National Ethics Capability Committee (NECC).
Nursyafeezah Binte Rosnan | MAO | firstname.lastname@example.org | 6516 7747
Nursyafeezah provides secretarial and administrative support to the Funding Initiative(FI) project. Her scope of work also involves coordinating diaries and travel arrangements for the Programme Director. Feezah also assist in the finance, administration and organization of workshops and conferences relating to the program. In addition, Feezah assists in the Asian Bioethics Review social media.
Owen Schaefer | Research Fellow | email@example.com | 6516 2056
Owen Schaefer joined CBmE in August 2015 under the MOH-funded initiative, Clinical Ethics Network + Research Ethics Support (CENTRES). He helps manage the training and outreach programs for clinical and research ethicists under CENTRES, engages in research into various topics in research ethics, and will be running the new CENTRES blog.
Professor Tai E Shyong | Joint Appointment | firstname.lastname@example.org | 6516 7201
Prof Tai E Shyong is Senior Consultant, Division of Endocrinology, National University of Singapore, and Joint Professor at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health & Honorary Joint Professor at CBmE
Prof Tai’s major research interests revolve around diabetes mellitus, dyslipidemia and their relations with atherosclerotic disease. He is involved in several large studies examining the role of genetic and environmental factors and their interactions in the pathogenesis of these chronic disorders. He is also involved in more traditional epidemiology and has been instrumental in defining the burden of disease associated with diabetes and its associated traits in the Asia Pacific region. Finally, he is involved in several clinical trials that examine the effects of various treatments on the modulation of cardiovascular risk factors.
Prof Tai has published over 80 articles in peer reviewed journals and collaborates with CBmE on the ethical and regulatory aspects of precision genomics.
Karen Teo | Assistant Manager | email@example.com | 6516 8141
Karen provides secretarial support to the Centre's Director for Undergraduate Programme. Her scope of work also involves in the planning and implementation of the Undergraduate Ethics curriculum within the curriculum of the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. Karen was previously from the healthcare as well as education industry and had working experience in dealing with medical indemnity as well as planning for healthcare and business program.
Dr. Voo Teck Chuan |Assistant Professor | firstname.lastname@example.org | 6516 3331
VOO Teck Chuan is Assistant Professor at the NUS Centre for Biomedical Ethics (CBmE), Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. He is Programme Director of the Health Ethics, Law and Professionalism undergraduate programme for year 2 medical students.
W Sangeetha | Research Associate | email@example.com | 660 11207
Sangeetha joined CBmE in December 2014 as a Research Associate on a MOH Communicable Diseases Public Health Research Grant -funded project which works to establish a bioethics framework for One Health, Zoonotic Diseases and Pandemic Planning in Singapore.
Iris Wee | Manager |firstname.lastname@example.org | 6516 1029
As the Centre's Administrator, Iris attends to administrative requirements (Finance, Human Resources, Planning, Events Organization and General Matters) relating to the Centre. In her current capacity, she is also actively involved in the planning and implementation of the Undergraduate Ethics curriculum within the curriculum of the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. Iris was previously from the healthcare industry and had working experience in patient-relations and ISO/ SQC accreditation activities.