BFM 89.9

HIGHLIGHTS  GE15
Podcast  >  Bigger Picture  >  Health & Living  >  Brain Bank Singapore: Boosting Neurological Research

Brain Bank Singapore: Boosting Neurological Research

Prof Richard Reynolds, Director, Brain Bank Singapore

04-Jun-20 16:00

Brain Bank Singapore: Boosting Neurological Research

Last year, Singapore’s first brain bank was launched by Nanyang Technological University Singapore’s Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. Done in partnership with the National Healthcare Group and the National Neuroscience Institute, the brain bank aims to be a resource for research into neurological disorders. To help us find out more about how Brain Bank Singapore will function and the research involved, we’ll be speaking to its director, Prof Richard Reynolds.

Produced by: Lim Sue Ann

Presented by: Tee Shiao Eek


This and more than 60,000 other podcasts in your hand. Download the all new BFM mobile app.

Categories:  EducationHealth PolicyDiseases and ConditionsMental HealthHealthy LivingFitnessScienceSMEMedical Innovation and Technology

Tags:  The Bigger PictureHealth & Livingorgan donationtissue donationAlzheimer’sdementiamultiple sclerosisbrain disordersSingapore


Share this podcast




Play / Pause

Listen now : Pick Of The Pops: Epi469 - Hits From The 60s to 80s

Today’s Shows



10:00 AM

BBC World Service

11:00 AM

A Bit of Culture (REPEAT)

How Do You Manipulate Emotions Quickly?; Kam Raslan | Vernon Adrian Emuang | Kuah Jenhan

12:00 PM

I Love KL (REPEAT)

What’s in a Name?; Elizabeth Cardosa

1:00 PM

Best of Enterprise (REPEAT)

Why Art Matters; Izan Satrina Mohd Sallehuddin, Senior Director of Partnerships & Creative Sector, Think City Sdn Bhd

1:30 PM

Raise Your Game (REPEAT)

2:00 PM

Popcorn Culture (REPEAT)

Popcorn Culture - Review: The Wonder

2:30 PM

Popcorn Culture (REPEAT)

Popcorn Culture - Review: Don't Worry Darling

3:00 PM

GGWP (REPEAT)

Political Video Games That We Enjoy; Najman Maliki

4:00 PM

Pick Of The Pops

Epi469 - Hits From The 60s to 80s

6:00 PM

Wavelength (REPEAT)