National Cancer Center Singapore
Academic institution

Singapore


NCCS’ track record of high quality work makes it a trusted partner in collaborative and multi-centre studies
The National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) is Singapore’s only comprehensive cancer centre. It engages in research on cancers that are common among Asians. NCCS is firmly positioned at the interface of clinical cancer care and oncology research. Our trajectory is clearly aimed at translating advances from research into better standards of care in clinical oncology. NCCS has three research divisions - Medical Sciences, Cellular and Molecular Research, and Clinical Trials & Epidemiological Sciences. NCCS’ track record of high quality work makes it a trusted partner in collaborative and multi-centre studies. NCCS' research community of research staff forms synergistic teams that address clinically relevant questions in cancers of special interest in the local population and beyond Asia.

Represented by:

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Khee Chee Soo

Director, National Cancer Center of Singapore (Singapore)

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Oi Lian Kon

Senior Consultant & Head, Division of Medical Sciences, National Cancer Centre Singapore (Singapore)

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Bin Tean Teh

Research Director, Institute for Molecular and Cellular Biology, National Cancer Center of Singapore (Singapore)