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 Friday, 29 August 2014

National Medical Excellence Awards 2014

Our heartiest congratulations to Prof PC Wong on being conferred the National Outstanding Clinician Award, National Medical Excellence Awards 2014! Please click here to read more.


Thursday, 11 July 2013 

She sows the seeds for a baby (The Straits Times© Singapore Press Holdings Limited. Reproduced with permission.)

I specialise in embryology because… This is a unique calling and a very fulfilling job. We are scientists who work with sperms, eggs and embryos to help infertile couples have babies. Our work involves the use of highly specialised and sophisticated equipment and we need to have good psychomotor skills because eggs and embryos need to be handled gently. Read more



Tuesday, 22 March 2011
Training Centre just for fertility experts (Singapore Round-up, My Paper (English))

A DEDICATED training facility for embryologists and clinicians interested in beginner or advanced courses in fertility treatment was officially opened at the National University Hospital yesterday. Read more 



Tuesday, 22 March 2011
On the CREST of better medical help for childless couples (News, TODAY)

The Centre for Reproductive Education and Specialist Training (CREST) was officially launched yesterday. Housed within the National University Hospital (NUH), the facility is dedicated to training clinicians and embryologists who are seeking to develop their skills in Assisted Reproductive Techniques (ART). Read more



Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Asia’s first fertility training centre opens (News, The New Paper)

DOCTORS and scientists seeking to step up their skills in fertility treatment can attend courses at a new facility at the National University Hospital. Read more



Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Number of IVF local cycles have doubled in the last five years (News, Lianhe Zaobao)

The number of IVF cycle done in Singapore doubled in the past five years. However, this is less than half of the number of cycles done in countries such as Denmark. Public Awareness, cost and attitude may be causes of such disparity. Prof PC Wong, director of Centre for Reproductive Education and Specialist Training (CREST) shared this information on the opening of the first-of-its-kind purpose built centre in Asia-Pacific. Read more



Tuesday, 22 March 2011

Fertility treatment training centre launched (Home, The Straits Times)

Crest, which began conducting courses last September, has so far trained 30 clinicians and embryologists, including foreigners from China, Vietnam and Brunei. Read more