ARISE Networking Events
The ARISE Networking Series is established to provide a platform for interaction and discovery in the field of ageing research by engaging NTU faculty and research staff in pertinent themes relating to ageing. Each session is aligned with one of the Institute’s four research thrusts, and prominent experts from the ministries, industry, healthcare providers and NTU faculty are invited to share their knowledge and expertise. The ARISE Networking Series is held once a year per research thrust. The inaugural networking series was held on 18th August 2017.
Healthy Ageing, Metabolism, Brain function & Microbiome
Workshop organised by Prof. Sven Pettersson on 21st March and 22nd March 2018
Networking Series: Thrust 1 Ageing Medicine
27 Mar 2018, 9.30am-12noon
1ST ARISE Industry & Community Engagement Day
ARISE is organizing its 1st Industry & Community Engagement Event and 1st Research Symposium. It will be a two day event on 10th and 11th Nov 2017 respectively. The Day 1 focuses on the industry engagement and community partnership for the betterment of the ageing population. The Day 2 focuses on research which can make a difference to life of ageing population. This year ARISE follows sessions which exhibits ‘war against diabetes’, active ageing with active life style and other researches that directly impact old age. Many distinguished speakers have been invited from around the world to speak and share their thoughts on ageing population.
Launch of ARISE
The launch of ARISE was officiated by Minister for Health Gan Kim Yong at NTU on 6th May 2016. The event included exhibitions to showcase our research capabilities and products in the relevant areas. In addition, the finals of the inaugural Singapore Inter-generational National Games (SING) was held to engage elderly and students in exergames - a combination of exercise and video/digital games. A brief networking session took place at the end of launch event.