Although BNHC (the commercial arm of BinaryHealthCare), has ceased operations, I am still available for consulting, advisory, or knowledge transfer services through the National University of Singapore (NUS) 😄
While I joined NUS full-time back in July 2020, my first lecture delivered as an Academic Staff of NUS actually dates back to March 2016 where I delivered my Mini-HI (Mini Health Informatician) programme via the Centre of Health Informatics. My first lecture in NUS however, was as a guest lecturer for NUS School of Computing (on Interoperability in Health IT – Introduction to HL7) back in August 2012. Since then, I’ve also involved in several guest lectures, including for NUS Institute of Systems Science (on Sensible Data Governance to enable Healthcare Analytics) in October 2014 and NUS Business School (on Digitalization in Healthcare) in January 2018.
Writing this really brings back memories on my journey into academia, which began in February 2009 when I was tasked to develop curriculum for Medical Imaging Informatics at one of the Institute of Higher Learnings (IHL) in Singapore. Joining NUS full-time as an Academic Staff was not something I had imagined, but I am glad I did 😄
This page is dedicated to providing a brief overview of my work at NUS (my work with other IHLs can be found here) and I welcome opportunities for meaningful collaborations.
▪️ Chief, Smart Health Leadership Centre, Institute of Systems Science, 2020 – Present
▪️ Programme Committee – MSc Biomedical Informatics, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, 2021 – Present
▪️ Course Leader – Mini-HI (Health Informatician), School of Computing, 2013 – 2021
▪️ Staff Advisor – NUS Red Cross Youth, Office of Students Affairs (OSA) 2022 – Now
Note: The views & opinions above are strictly the author’s & represent no one else.