NUS / NTU medicine application 2018/2019

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SeongheeKim
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Re: NUS / NTU medicine application 2018/2019

Post by SeongheeKim » Tue Sep 24, 2019 9:40 pm

JC, Poly, Tertiary - Medicine Exposure Program

If you are considering applying for admission into Medical School in Singapore, this is THE event for you. We will be getting you up-to-date with the Medicine Industry in Singapore. There will also be admission tips-and-tricks as well as valuable Portfolio building tips including opportunities that are available for students to sign up. These opportunities include Bone Marrow Donation Program as well as Community Development Advocacy Project and various research opportunities

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Re: NUS / NTU medicine application 2018/2019

Post by jtoh » Mon Oct 07, 2019 10:30 am

So much respect for these silent mentors.



The four students bowed their heads before a portrait of a teacher they had never met in life.

Next to them stood his grieving widow, to whom he had been wed for 50 years, and their children and grandchildren.

They had all come to this hushed hall in Mandai Crematorium to bid farewell to Mr Hardial Singh, a pioneer botanist whose dedication to science did not cease with his death.

Instead, he had donated his body to the National University of Singapore's Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. The entire body - measuring 170cm from head to heel - had been preserved, dissected and examined in the education of future doctors.

In death, the 77-year-old had taught human anatomy to more than 100 doctors-to-be.

The role cadavers play in medical education is why those donated to the school are referred to respectfully as "silent mentors".


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