Health & Social Sciences

Associate Professor
Associate Professor
PhD (Medical Radiation Protection Science), The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong S.A.R., China
Cluster: 
Health & Social Sciences
Research Interests
Medical Radiation Dosimetry
Radiation Protection Science
Medical Informatics
Nucleus Medicine Imaging
Radiological Science
Associate Professor
PhD, University of Pennsylvania, United States
Cluster: 
Health & Social Sciences
Research Interests
Health promotion and management
Cardiovascular and acute care nursing
Improving care transitions
Health literacy
Health behavior change
Senior Lecturer
MScHPE, Maastricht University, Netherlands
Cluster: 
Health & Social Sciences
Associate Professor
Cluster: 
Health & Social Sciences
Research Interests
Swallowing (normal and impaired); using technology to enhance the assessment and management of swallowing impairment (dysphagia); longitudinal functional outcomes of people with dysphagia
Senior Lecturer
Masters of Health Science (Speech Pathology), University of Sydney, Australia
Cluster: 
Health & Social Sciences
Associate Professor
Programme Director, Speech and Language Therapy, HSS
PhD, The University of Sydney, Australia
Cluster: 
Health & Social Sciences
Research Interests
Assessment and Treatment of Bilingual Stuttering
Bilingual Aphasia
Normal Speech Disfluencies in Bilingual Children
Assistant Professor
Member, Cluster Applied Research Committee, Health and Social Sciences Cluster
Ph.D. in Human Nutrition, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS, Singapore
Cluster: 
Health & Social Sciences
Research Interests
Maternal, infant and child nutrition
Cardiovascular nutrition
Diabetes and metabolic disease
Personalised nutrition - nutrigenomics/nutrigenetics
Digital dietary assessment
Diet-intervention studies
Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
PhD (Psychology), Singapore Management University, Singapore
Cluster: 
Health & Social Sciences
Research Interests
Assess physical and mental wellbeing among individuals with cognitive and behavioral challenges (e.g., persons with dementia, prison inmates)
Use mixed methodologies to evaluate intervention programs for individuals with physical and psychosocial challenges (e.g., people with low vision)
Examine cognitive processing of social stimuli (e.g., memory for faces)
Associate Professor
Cluster: 
Health & Social Sciences
Senior Lecturer
Master of Medical Sonography, University of South Australia, Australia
Cluster: 
Health & Social Sciences