Chinese Medicine
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TCM Research Grant

In 2014, the Singapore Ministry of Health initiated the TCM Research Grant to encourage TCM-related research for future developments in the hope to improve Singapore’s health system holistically. With a strong belief that research will be able to support better integration of TCM and western medicinal treatment, STCMI has been actively seeking out research opportunities and had been awarded the MOH TCM Research Grant for the following research projects.
4th Grant Call
2019

To

2021

The Therapeutic Effects of Bu Shen Yi Jing Pill on Semen Quality in Sub Fertile Males: A Randomized Controlled Trial

Collaborator:
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (Dr Ee Tat Xin)
STCMI Research Team:
Lee Hui Min, Fiona Heng Ya Wen, Loh Kim Gek, Loh Kin Yee
3rd Grant Call
2018

To

2021

HEalth-Related quality of life-intervention in Breast Cancer Survivors experiencing cancer-related fatigue using TraditionAL Chinese Medicine: The HERBAL Trial

Collaborator:
National Cancer Centre (Dr Kiley Loh Wei-Jen)
STCMI Research Team:
Zheng Huang Fang, Tan Quan Ming, Teo Kok Keong, Tan Kah Hong
2nd Grant Call
2017

To

2020

A pragmatic randomized controlled trial of a novel TCM physician-involved collaborative care model in the management of patients with Axial Spondyloarthritis (AxSpA)in Singapore

Collaborator:
Singapore General Hospital (Dr Warren Fong)
STCMI Research Team:
Quek Su An, Tan Choy Tip, Tan Hui Chin, Ader Lim Yu Bin, Wong Chiah Yuen, Clara Eng, Ang Xiang Ling
2nd Grant Call
2017

To

2020

Adjuvant role of TCM in management of mild to moderate childhood asthma

Collaborator:
KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital (Dr Teoh Oon Hoe)
STCMI Research Team:
Teo Chun Huat, Hong Qiuhui
1st Grant Call
2013

To

2016

Ethnic differences in TCM syndrome classification of diabetic nephropathy in Singapore

Collaborator:
Singapore General Hospital (Dr Tan Hong Chang)
STCMI Research Team:
Zheng Huang Fang, Teo Kok Keong

Research Report

Determining diabetic kidney disease severity using traditional Chinese medicine syndrome classification

A study protocol for HEalth-Related quality of life-intervention in survivors of Breast and other cancers experiencing cancerrelated fatigue using TraditionAL Chinese Medicine: the HERBAL trial

Traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) collaborative care for patients with axial spondyloarthritis (AcuSpA): protocol for a pragmatic randomized controlled trial

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