Research Associate

Shilpi Tripathi started her career in Singapore with the National Institute of Education, working on bilingualism, LSP, and Cyber wellness longitudinal projects. Soon after, she joined Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, NUS & NUHS to work on a Mixed-method diabetes project, Integrated Care and Transmission of Covid-19 in Singapore. She also received a grant award as a co-investigator in NUS for ”Clinical outcomes in patients with diabetes managed in primary care in Singapore” Seed funding, War on Diabetes in 2016. Recently, she joined the Center for Health Population Sciences and WHO Center for Digital Health & Health Education, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine (NTU) & Imperial College, London, to work on health campus initiatives and NMRC funded diabetes foot ulcer project.

Singapore - NTU



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