National Neuroscience Institute in Singapore


The centre co-ordinates and makes available, clinical neuroscience training that conducts basic and clinical neuroscience research in Singapore. NNI has set a mission and a few corporate goals that lie within its set of strengths in clinical services, training and research.

Some of the objectives are:

To provided quality clinical service for Singapore, to establish a research neuroscience base(both basic and translational), to provide a centre of brilliance for postgraduate training in neurosciences, to establish NNI as one of the best regional centres for clinical referral and to establish NNI as a significant international reputation for superlative clinical and research work.

For patients and visitors, there are separate information on Neuroscience Specialist Clinics, Enquiry & Contact, Items to bring, Registration process, Outpatient charges, Operation hours, Location, etc.

The National Neuroscience Institute in Singapore has the following services for patients in the area of treatments such as Brain Tumours, Epilepsy, Functional Neurosurgery, General Neurology, Stereotactic Radiosurgery & Radiotherapy, Headaches & Migraine, General Neurosurgery, Neuromuscular Diseases, Head Injury, Neuro-ophthalmology, Hyperhidrosis (Sweaty palms),†Paediatric epilepsy, Paediatric Neurosurgery, Parkinsonís Disease and Movement Disorders, Peripheral Nerve Surgery, Sleep Disorders, Skull Base Neurosurgery,† Stroke and Transient Ischemic Attacks, Spinal Injury & Spine Surgery, Vascular Neurosurgery, etc.

There are several areas of research that include Molecular Mechanisms & Genetics, Applied Technology & Imaging, Neuro-epidemiology Studies, and Clinical Trials, Investigation of Neurological Consequences of Specific Ablation of Alternative Spliced Exons of Voltage-gated Calcium Channels: Generation of Knock-out Mice and Assessment of Altered Behavioural Traits, Molecular Studies of Voltage-gated Calcium Channel Disorders and Examination of Possible Endogenous Ligands, Structural and Functional Studies of Glutamate Receptor Proximal N-Terminal Domain, Molecular Characterization of Adult Onset Multiple Acyl-CoA Dehydrogenase Deficiency (MADD), Molecular Genetics Programme in Neuromuscular Diseases, Mitochondrial Complex I Polymorphism and Susceptibility to Parkinson's Disease, Analysis of Parkin Gene Mutations in Parkinson's Disease, NURR1 Gene Mutations in Parkinson's Disease.


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