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Following the talk from Dr Kishore, Dr Nicole, Scientist at Procter & Gamble Singapore and a NUS Pharmacy alumnus, also shared with the attendees her experiences and her holistic development during her own PhD journey. The career seminar ended with an open discussion between attendees and the two speakers, and some attendees stayed back to interact further with the two speakers to learn more about their industrial experiences.

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Pharmacy alumnus Dr Kevin Yap, Assistant Professor at Institute of Digital Healthcare, University of Warwick, UK, shared with the audience about his PhD journey and career development after graduation. He also gave current students some useful tips on publications, thesis writing and CV preparation.

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Following the talk from Dr Kishore, Dr Nicole, Scientist at Procter & Gamble Singapore and a NUS Pharmacy alumnus, also shared with the attendees her experiences and her holistic development during her own PhD journey. The career seminar ended with an open discussion between attendees and the two speakers, and some attendees stayed back to interact further with the two speakers to learn more about their industrial experiences.

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Pharmacy students may apply to participate in the NOC program after their third year of study (ie. upon the completion of 6 semesters). The NOC program involves an internship that spans over 1 year. After the 1-year overseas attachment, Pharmacy students shall return to Singapore to continue with their fourth and final year of study in Pharmacy at NUS.Dr. Kishore, Senior Scientist at GSK Singapore and a NUS Pharmacy alumnus, then gave a very insightful talk on how to improve time management and manage expectations during the long journey of PhD life. He also generously shared with the attendees many of the useful resources which he employs to help him work more efficiently, as well as keeping track of his own work progress. Pharmacy students may apply to participate in the NOC program after their third year of study (ie. upon the completion of 6 semesters). The NOC program involves an internship that spans over 1 year. After the 1-year overseas attachment, Pharmacy students shall return to Singapore to continue with their fourth and final year of study in Pharmacy at NUS. ah yayness can go overseas! oh yeah cuz i was actually talking to this pharmacy student during the open house. i was asking him abt organic chemistry and how much is studied compared to like normal chem students. he actually kinda said that they do organic chem (duh lah) but they dun study as in depth as the organic chemist.Dr. Kishore, Senior Scientist at GSK Singapore and a NUS Pharmacy alumnus, then gave a very insightful talk on how to improve time management and manage expectations during the long journey of PhD life. He also generously shared with the attendees many of the useful resources which he employs to help him work more efficiently, as well as keeping track of his own work progress. Pharmacy alumnus Dr Kevin Yap, Assistant Professor at Institute of Digital Healthcare, University of Warwick, UK, shared with the audience about his PhD journey and career development after graduation. He also gave current students some useful tips on publications, thesis writing and CV preparation.Dr. Kishore, Senior Scientist at GSK Singapore and a NUS Pharmacy alumnus, then gave a very insightful talk on how to improve time management and manage expectations during the long journey of PhD life. He also generously shared with the attendees many of the useful resources which he employs to help him work more efficiently, as well as keeping track of his own work progress. Pharmacy alumnus Dr Kevin Yap, Assistant Professor at Institute of Digital Healthcare, University of Warwick, UK, shared with the audience about his PhD journey and career development after graduation. He also gave current students some useful tips on publications, thesis writing and CV preparation.Dr. Kishore, Senior Scientist at GSK Singapore and a NUS Pharmacy alumnus, then gave a very insightful talk on how to improve time management and manage expectations during the long journey of PhD life. He also generously shared with the attendees many of the useful resources which he employs to help him work more efficiently, as well as keeping track of his own work progress. Pharmacy alumnus Dr Kevin Yap, Assistant Professor at Institute of Digital Healthcare, University of Warwick, UK, shared with the audience about his PhD journey and career development after graduation. He also gave current students some useful tips on publications, thesis writing and CV preparation.Dr. Kishore, Senior Scientist at GSK Singapore and a NUS Pharmacy alumnus, then gave a very insightful talk on how to improve time management and manage expectations during the long journey of PhD life. He also generously shared with the attendees many of the useful resources which he employs to help him work more efficiently, as well as keeping track of his own work progress.