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Towards personalization: Identifying typologies of loneliness as the basis for effective early interventions


Professor Angelique Chan, Oxford Martin Visiting Fellow

Dr Angelique Chan is the Inaugural Executive Director of the Centre for Ageing Research & Education (CARE), and is tenured Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology, National University of Singapore (NUS), with a joint appointment in the Signature Programme in Health Services & Systems Research, Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore.

Dr Chan obtained her PhD (Sociology) from UCLA under a Rockefeller Foundation Fellowship as well as funding from the RAND William and Flora Hewlett Foundation Fellowship. She did her post-doctoral work at the University of Michigan Population Studies Center, funded by the US National Institute of Aging.

As the founding director of CARE, the first centre on ageing in Singapore, she established the only nationally representative longitudinal panel survey of health and social care needs of persons aged 60 years and older.  This work has led to a series of innovative programs and has influenced national policy on caregiving, long-term care, and social engagement of older adults.

Dr AD MAULOD, Senior Research Fellow, Duke-NUS Medical School

Ad Maulod is a cultural anthropologist and Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Ageing Research and Education (CARE), Duke-NUS Medical School, Singapore. Ad’s research focuses on translating cultural concepts of health and ageing into effective programme and policy interventions. Ad has conducted several evaluation studies focusing on user experience of health services and the factors that impact quality of care. Ad believes in the empowerment of our elders by amplifying their stories and advocating for an inclusive, compassionate and just society for all-ages. 


Please note that this is a Hybrid event. We welcome colleagues to 66 Banbury Road or on line via Zoom:

Event Details

04 May 2022 14:00 - 15:00


Online & 66 Banbury Rd