A DCP team working on an Engineering in Medicine (EIM) project has won a National Health Innovation Centre (NHIC) grant of SGD$250,000 to further develop and test their engineering prototype. The team (from left): Mr. Soh Eng Keng (NUS project lead), Ms. Lim Fang Ming (NUS teaching assistant), Ms. Shim Hee Youn (NUS final year BME student), Mr. Tan Xuan Hao (NUS final year ME student), Mr. Mark Chng (NUS final year BME student), Mr. Daniel Tan (SingHealth Intellectual Property Manager) and Mr. Goh Huai Zhi (SGH clinical lead).
With one more year to go before the students graduate, the team is very excited to take their project to greater heights.
The Design Summer Programme (DSP) is an international student symposium, organized by the Design-Centric Programme (DCP), National University of Singapore (NUS) for innovative, broad-minded & passionate students to be engaged in engineering solutions to address the grand challenges in our society for the 21st century and beyond.
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Contact person: Dr. Kevin Kuang