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Centre for Life Sciences (CeLS) also hosts several partner research institutes and research centres. They are NUS research institutes/centres, a few of which having collaborations with other institutes and universities both in Singapore and overseas.
CIRC was established in 2007 as a joint venture between the Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR) and the National University of Singapore (NUS). CIRC undertakes and promotes research and development in the field of advanced clinical imaging in human subjects. It works closely with the Singapore Bioimaging Consortium (SBIC) that focuses on preclinical imaging in animals, thereby completing a translational pipeline of imaging research bridging preclinical and clinical outcomes.
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CM provide professional and technical service for laboratory animal care and are dedicated to the promotion of animal welfare through compliance with the National Advisory Committee for Laboratory Animal Research (NACLAR) guidelines and AVA regulations pertaining to animals.
CM are committed to the advancement of science in collaboration with the research community by promoting the humane care and use of animals used in biomedical research and teaching. CM oversees veterinary medical care, animal care services, and actively participates in research and training. CM has been accredited by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International (AAALAC) since 2010.
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A unique interdisciplinary Research Centre of Excellence (RCE). Hosted by NTU in partnership with NUS, SCELSE is linking new insights from the life sciences with expertise from the emerging technologies in engineering and natural sciences to understand, harness and control microbial biofilm communities.
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N.1 is changing the way that benchtop discovery is being taken into the clinic. N.1 is addressing pressing needs in areas such as N-of-1 medicine, digital health and therapeutics, cognition and training, health performance, among other areas.
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The NUS Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) was set up to oversee the care and use of animals for scientific purposes in NUS. Members of the IACUC are appointed through the Institutional Official and include veterinarians, scientists, non-scientists and members of the community who are not affiliated to NUS. Since 2010, NUS has been an AAALAC-accredited institution demonstrating our commitment to responsible animal research and good science.
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