Student Chapter 2021
The International Society of Pharmaceutical Engineering (ISPE) Singapore Affiliate is a non-profit organization and we, the Student Chapter (SC), aims to expose students to the Pharmaceutical industry by exposing them to the professionals in this field and to provide opportunities for them to plan and organise related events.
As a member of ISPESC, you can look forward to networking opportunities with students from different courses, acquire more knowledge from sharing of content beyond your curriculum, and develop your soft skills etc.
ISPESC Telegram Channel: https://t.me/joinchat/TyrjMCx3CDCvo01i
Direct Contact: @Louisdrex
SubCommittee Recruitment is open from now till 7 March 2021
Do sign up via this link: https://bit.ly/3czcYBQ
Stay Tune as we will unveil the events we have in store for 2021!
3rd March 2021: ISPESC Sharing and Subcommittee Recruitment Online session| https://bit.ly/3czcYBQ
Student Chapter 2020
23 Oct - 01 Nov 2020: ISPE Singapore Hackathon 2020
Jan 2021: Pheature 2021 | https://biopharma2021.wixsite.com/pheature2021
Highlights 2020 ISPE Singapore Student Chapter
This year, 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic has changed our lifestyles and how society works. Conferences and social gatherings have been postponed or cancelled but this did not deter the ISPE Singapore Student Chapter from organising their events. The Student Chapter saw this as an opportunity to transition into the technological era where events are held virtually while keeping participants safe. (read full article)
Student Poster Competition 2016
At the Student AGM on 1 Apr 2016 a new Student Chapter Executive Committee was elected. Congratulations to: Wendy Han (President), Kimberly Siacor (Vice President), Jonathan Tan (Secretary), Liu Chin Mei (Treasurer), Jia Huan Wan (HR), Collin Chong (PR), Ziling Zeng (Info-Comm Tech). We are looking forward to some great student activities this year!
ISPE Annual Meeting 2013 – A Singaporean Student’s Perspective
By Ng Qin Xiang, National University of Singapore
I did not have the slightest inkling on what was in store for me when I first signed up for the local ISPE student poster competition …