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Microsurgery Training Laboratory

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Microsurgery Training Laboratory

The NUH Microsurgery Training Laboratory was established in 2002 by the Department of Hand & Reconstructive Microsurgery, with the goal of making microsurgery an integral part of a surgeon's training in various specialities.  


Over the years, our laboratory has evolved into a well-established teaching facility for microsurgery. In this dedicated space, the Hand & Reconstructive Microsurgery Department conducts the microsurgery training programme, offering structured courses that lead to the acquisition of clinically applicable microsurgical skills. All our training courses are approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) of the National University of Singapore. 

  • Introductory Course 

  • Basic Skills Course 

  • Certificate Course 

  • Refresher Courses 

  • Advanced Courses 

Programme Director 

 Dr Janice Liao Chin-Yi 

Course Instructor 
Ms Siti Khadijah Mohd Yusoff 


Microsurgery Training Laboratory 

National University Hospital 

Kent Ridge Wing, Zone C, Level 2, C02-1028 

5 Lower Kent Ridge Road, 

Singapore 119074 

(The lab is located inside the Advanced Surgery Training Centre (ASTC) at C02-03) 


Operating Hours:  

Mondays to Fridays: 8.30am - 5.30pm 

Saturdays/Sundays/Public Holidays: Closed 


Contact Details:  

Tel: (65) 6772 4958 / (65) 6772 5549 

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