Johns Hopkins Singapore (JHS) was established by The Johns Hopkins University in 1998 as its base of medical operations in South East Asia.
JHS has a tripartite mission in supporting research, education and patient care activities, integrating basic translational and clinical research components.
With effect from 1 February 2004, research and educational activities are being carried out by the Division of Biomedical Sciences, Johns Hopkins in Singapore (DJHS), which is an academic division of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. DJHS targets its research to advances in immunology, virology, cancer biology and experimental therapeutics. DJHS is an active participant in the Singapore scientific community and also collaborates with local, regional and international research institutes with the aim of developing new therapies and diagnostics. In the second quarter of 2004, DJHS will move from its current location at Singapore Science Park II to the Biopolis, a state of the art research park.
Johns Hopkins Singapore also works in close partnership with the National University Hospital (NUH) in operating and managing the Johns Hopkins - NUH International Medical Centre, a cancer treatment facility located at NUH.
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