About Bia-Echo Asia Centre for Reproductive Longevity and Equality
The Bia-Echo Asia Centre for Reproductive Longevity and Equality (ACRLE), established under the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (NUS Medicine), was made possible through a gift from the Bia-Echo Foundation, founded by lawyer and entrepreneur, Nicole Shanahan. The Centre will collaborate with our partners and specialise in research for women’s reproductive health, ageing and digital medicine, and lead the conversation in women’s reproductive longevity and equality.
The work of the Centre is focused within four strategic tracks. The effort within the tracks will seek to find ways to improve and lengthen female reproductive health and longevity, help women to preserve and improve their reproductive systems for conception and general health, potentially enable women to conceive safely in their later years, and to remain healthy longer. ACRLE advocates and educates on reproductive equality for all and works closely with other academic institutions and stake holders to change the narrative of reproductive longevity and equality.
Forging strong partnerships to prioritize female reproductive wellness in healthcare landscape.
Advocating reproductive equality rights and driving policy reforms.
Translating findings into tangible healthcare practices for women.
Cultivating global network to promote reproductive longevity care for Asian women.
Building sustainable public health awareness campaigns with various stakeholders.
Spearheading female reproductive research across Asia Pacific.
About Bia-Echo Foundation
The Bia-Echo Foundation of Palo Alto, California, is a private foundation that aims to accelerate social change in order to establish a fair and equitable society for future generations to thrive. The foundation was founded by lawyer and entrepreneur, Nicole Shanahan, who has been a strong advocate in the area of reproductive longevity and equality. The foundation invests in changemakers at the forefront of innovation who are tackling some of the world’s greatest challenges.