SINGAPORE, 4 SEPTEMBER 2017 – From 4 to 6 September, the NUS Medicine International Council hosted its 2nd annual conference themed “Human Well-Being and Security in 2030: The Critical Role of Innovation”. The conference, which was hosted in collaboration with the National University Health System and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, focused…Read More
Entitled “Human Well-being and Security in 2030: The Critical Role of Innovation“, the 2nd annual NUS Medicine International Council (NIC) Conference tackled challenges central to sustainable and equitable human development, including mitigating the ill-effects of globalisation, dealing with climate change and the health of the planet as a whole, developing effective and relevant technologies through…Read More
Dr Swan Gin Beh (left), Chairman at the Singapore Economic Development Board, Professor Kishore Mahbubani (centre), the Dean of NUS’ Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, and Professor Brian Kennedy (right) from the Buck Institute for Research on Aging, speaking at the first session of the NIC conference titled ‘The Future of Asia’, on…Read More
The NUS Medicine International Council (NIC) will hold the Inaugural Conference titled “Future-Ready Asia” on the 21st and 22nd April 2017 at the NUHS Tower Block Auditorium. For more information, please click here to download the programme booklet for the NIC Inaugural Conference.Read More
Esteemed NIC member, Keith Magnus, Chairman of Evercore’s Business in Asia, was recently interviewed in an insightful editorial in The Business Times. The article followed his inspiring journey through investment banking during the financial crisis to a successful billion dollar investment banking business at Evercore Asia. In 1998, aspiring investment banker Keith Magnus walked into…Read More
Welcome to the NUS Medicine International Council (NIC). The NIC is designed to inform, engage, and even entertain by providing a forum for open discussion of the critical issues of the day against a back-drop of the latest innovations in medical science, health policy and other areas of interest. NIC members are invited to provide advice on strategic priorities, serve as ambassadors to raise the visibility of the School, and to make full use of the NIC process to stay abreast of, and help shape, leadership thinking and outcomes.
The future belongs to the connected. The NIC allows members to get better connected to people in different societies and backgrounds, all of whom share the intellectual curiosity to look at today's issues in a new light.
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Former US Ambassador to Singapore