Academic Profile : Faculty

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Ms Nurliyana Daros
ICC Specialist, Interdisciplinary Collaborative Core Office
Lecturer, Interdisciplinary Collaborative Core Office
Nurliyana Daros holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from the National University of Singapore, Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health. She is a lecturer at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, specializing in the teaching of interdisciplinary and collaborative core courses in the area of healthy living and wellbeing.

In her sociological and public health research, as well as in her policy work and community engagement, she focuses on designing a more inclusive future, especially for youths, women and vulnerable populations. Certified in The Sphere Standards for Humanitarian Response and trained in Project Evaluation, Nurliyana was involved as a United Nations Volunteer Analyst for the Global Information Management, Assessment & Analysis Cell on COVID-19.

Nurliyana is a recipient of NUS Dean's Medal and Prize and the 2021 APEC Healthy Women, Healthy Economies Research Prize (runner-up) for her Master's research, titled "Qualitative Study on Diabetes Management among Low-Income Women in Singapore”. She has also presented her findings as a Raffles Fellow at the Raffles Dialogue on the Future of Human Wellbeing and Security (2018) and the 19th International Conference on Integrated Care (2019), San Sebastian, Spain.
Public health; health equity; social epidemiology; social and behavioural sciences; community-based participatory action research