Track 3

Population Health Studies

In collaboration with The Global Centre for Asian Women’s Health (GloW) [], this initiative aims to explore the factors influencing the duration of female reproductive health and overall lifespan among Asian women across different generations and life stages.. It will particularly focus on analyzing the impact of nutrition, physical activity, metabolism, and psychosocial factors on reproductive health and longevity. The objective is to enable the incorporation of insights from both fundamental and clinical research into wider population and public health approaches.

About GloW

Established as a centre within the Dean’s Office at the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, the Global Centre for Asian Women’s Health (GloW) aims to build an international platform for transdisciplinary endeavours to address women’s major health concerns across the lifespan.