As future doctors, we cannot operate alone.
Instead we need strong collaboration from everyone else in the healthcare system. The experiences I gained from growing up in Indonesia, a country with multicultural diversity, and from pursuing my education and career in the U.S. have made me realize how much I value diversity. Learning from diverse health care professional colleagues at Duke-NUS who bring their unique life perspectives will not only augment my experience but also will better prepare me to be a leader in global medicine. I am very excited in serving a country such as Singapore with its harmonious co-existence of multicultural diversity patients.
WIJAYA MARTANTO Class of 2014 BS, Chemical Engineering (Magna Cum Laude) with minor in Chemistry, University of Minnesota Twin Cities PhD, Chemical Engineering with minor in Management, Georgia Institute of Technology 2005 Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society Best Doctoral Dissertation Award
Published on Aug 11, 2011
WIJAYA MARTANTO Class of 2014 BS, Chemical Engineering (Magna Cum Laude) with minor in Chemistry, University of Minnesota Twin Cities PhD, C...