«One works to shed light on dementia in Asians while the other currently focuses on predicting mental disorders in at-risk youths.»

«Nanyang Technological University Singapore’s Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine has launched two new research centres that will leverage AI and data analytics to detect diseases. The Centre for Biomedical Informatics, which was opened late last week, seeks to develop «super algorithms» that predict and personalise the treatment of various diseases. It will support LKCMedicine’s five flagship research programmes: population health, respiratory medicine and infectious disease, skin diseases and wound repair, neuroscience and mental health, as well as nutrition, metabolism and health. «

Article written by Adam Ang. Photo by NTU Singapore



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