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Meet Staff Donors



Dr Ivy Ho
Principal Investigator,
Molecular Neurotherapeutics Laboratory, Research

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“Medical research is important in changing lives. As a researcher, giving back to research gives me a sense of ownership. I realised that by giving back to the NNI Fund, I can also play a part to help fund the development, exploration and testing of new therapies to improve patient care."



Nur Nazaria Baharudin
Senior Staff Nurse,
Department of Nursing

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“It saddened me to see patients who could not afford to pay for the medical investigations they needed, such as scans and blood tests. This led me to make my first donation to the NNI Fund. I feel content seeing the smiles on our patients' faces, knowing my contribution has helped ease their burden."



Ma Guangrui
Senior Engineer,
Facilities and Biomedical Engineering


"Giving to the NNI Fund is my way of reminding our patients that they are not forgotten. I believe any form of giving can be a symbol of hope to the beneficiaries, and I am grateful to be able to play a part in contributing back to the community."



Normala Binte Mohamed Ghaus
Senior Patient Service Associate
Neuroscience Clinic

“I have been working in the healthcare industry since 1988 but had never seen patients with
chronic conditions like stroke, Parkinson disease, dementia and epilepsy until I joined NNI in
2017. These patients live with their condition for the rest of their lives. It made me very sad to see some of them not being able to earn a living because of their condition.

About 2 years ago, I started giving to NNI’s needy patients because I sympathised with their situation and wanted to lend a helping hand. Reflecting on this now makes me want to increase my monthly donation! It makes me feel happy and blessed knowing that I can brighten someone’s life through my giving.”


Dr Shahul Hameed
Senior Consultant
Department of Neurology

“Last year, I started giving to needy patients as I find fulfilment in helping to ease the suffering of others. There’s a poem that says little drops of water make the mighty ocean. Similarly, my monthly contribution may be small but in the long run, it would add up to a good amount for a good cause.

I believe that God has given us what we have so we can share them with others – no one has become poor from donating. I feel happy being able to support NNI in creating a better tomorrow for patients and look forward to increasing my donation in the coming years.”