Singapore biomedical ethics centre made WHO collaborating centre
Published on Apr 2, 2014 3:05 PM
How soon after a disaster can researchers study how to prevent the next disaster rather than focus only on rescue efforts?
When infectious disease epidemics cross borders, how strictly should governments clamp down to prevent their spread?
A biomedical ethics centre here, which studies such ethical questions, has now received international recognition from the World Health Organisation (WHO).
The Centre for Biomedical Ethics at the National University of Singapore's (NUS) Yong Loo Lin medical school was on Wednesday designated a WHO collaborating centre. This means it agrees to do research aligned with the global health body's goals.
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