South and Southeast Asia
17 Duke research projects in the region
Duke-NUS Medical School
The Duke-NUS Medical School was established through a landmark collaboration between two world-class institutions: Duke University and the National University of Singapore (NUS), with the objective of providing innovative education and impactful research that enhance the practice of medicine in Singapore and beyond.
Duke-NUS’ curriculum is patterned after that of the renowned Duke University School of Medicine in Durham. The school is part of the National University of Singapore system, but it is unique in that it is overseen by a governing board, including a Duke representative who has veto power over any academic decision made by the board.
Duke Diya is Duke University’s South Asian Student Association. They promote the appreciation and awareness of South Asian culture through the events of social, cultural and political service on Duke’s campus and the world known community of Durham.
Hosting social and cultural programming, they aim at helping our members conduct powerful relationships and share their experience. They also created a forum for everyone to interact via various events concerning South Asian Americans and anyone interested in the culture.