AMAC 2016

 
AMAC Biennial Meeting 2016
Becoming a Leading, Global Academic Medical Centre

The Academic Medicine Advisory Council (AMAC) is a panel of renowned academic clinician leaders who will be reviewing the progress of SingHealth Duke-NUS AMC’s academic medicine journey during their visit from 4-6 April 2016. The panel's expert advice and recommendations will fuel our aspirations to become an AMC of global renown. During the three-day review with our AM community, members of AMAC will share their expertise through engaging & networking sessions for the faculty and staff of SingHealth Duke-NUS AMC.

 
Prof Sir Keith Peters   Prof Dame Sally Davies   Prof Arthur Rubenstein   Prof Sam Hawgood   Prof the Lord Darzi of Denham PC

Prof Sir Keith Peters (Chairman)
Emeritus Regius Professor of Physic
School of Clinical Medicine,
University of Cambridge

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Prof Dame Sally Davies
Chief Medical Officer & Chief Scientific Advisor
Department of Health,
United Kingdom

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Prof Arthur Rubenstein
Professor of Medicine
Department of Medicine, Division of Endocrinology,
Diabetes & Metabolism
Raymond & Ruth Perelman School of Medicine,
University of Pennsylvania

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Prof Sam Hawgood
Chancellor
Arthur and Toni Rembe Rock
Distinguished Professor
University of California,
San Francisco

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Prof the Lord Darzi of Denham PC
Professor of Surgery
Paul Hamlyn Chair of Surgery, Imperial College London,
the Royal Marsden Hospital and Institute of Cancer Research
Director, Institute of Global Health Innovation,
Imperial College London
Chair, Imperial College Health Partners
Vice Dean, Health Policy and Engagement
Faculty of Medicine, Department of Surgery and Cancer,
Imperial College London

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CHECK OUT THE HIGHLIGHTS OF THE AMAC BIENNIAL MEETING 2016

 

Sign up early for this special series of Academic Hour with AMAC sessions!

 

Meet the Great Minds in
Academic Medicine

 
Open to all our Clinicians, Researchers, Nurses, Allied Health Professionals (AHP), Administrators and Medical Students.
Academic Hour with AMAC

How an Academic Medical Centre can Transform Society
12.30pm to 2.00pm,
Academia Auditorium

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The Way to
Research Excellence:
Bridging the Gaps

12.30pm to 2.00pm,
Academia Auditorium

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Championing Philanthropy in Academic Medicine
5.00pm to 6.30pm,
Academia Auditorium

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KEYNOTE

Scientific Challenges in Translational Medicine: From Biology to Therapy
12.30pm to 2.00pm,
Academia Auditorium

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Join Us In Conversation with these
Pioneer Leaders in Academic Medicine
3rd AMAC Feedback for AM Community with
Prof Sir Keith Peters, Prof Dame Sally Davies &
Prof Arthur Rubenstein

- Open to All
Date: 6 April 2016
Time: 10.30am - 11.30am
Venue: Academic Auditorium
Check out the other By Invitation sessions (for invited guests only) here!

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