CognaLearn Launches Beta Website
Singapore – 17 July 2015. CognaLearn announces the official beta launch of www.CognaLearn.com, a website devoted to the application of brain science to optimize to improve learning outcomes. Visitors can find information on CognaLearn’s patent pending InteLearnTM learning methodology which creates evidence based learning environments by carefully applying brain science research to improve learning. In addition, visitors will find information on CognaLearn’s story, team, mission, vision and values, and market facing verticals which endeavor to reshape learning in specific niches.
CognaLearn is an education company devoted to applying brain science to improve learning outcomes. CognaLearn will operate in market facing verticals where applying Duke-NUS patent-pending learning methodology, InteLearn™, can create significant value. CognaLearn’s first vertical will focus on providing educational content for the pharmaceutical and medical device industries and continuing medical education. CognaLearn was conceived at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore by then Dean Ranga Krishnan (Academic Co-Founder) and Entrepreneur-in-Residence for Learning Technologies and Methods Brian O’Dwyer (Commercial Co-Founder) along with Sandy Cook (Senior Associate Dean, Education), Robert Kamei (Vice Dean, Education) and Frank Starmer (Associate Dean, Innovative Solutions). CognaLearn is privately held and operates under and exclusive license from Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore.
For more information, please visit www.CognaLearn.com.
About Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore (Duke-NUS)
The Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Singapore (Duke-NUS) was established in 2005 as a strategic collaboration between the Duke University School of Medicine, located in North Carolina, USA, and the National University of Singapore (NUS). Duke-NUS offers a graduate-entry, 4-year MD (Doctor of Medicine) training programme based on the unique Duke model of education, with one year dedicated to independent study and research projects of a basic science or clinical nature. Duke-NUS also offers MD/PhD and PhD programmes. 2015 marks Duke-NUS’ 10th anniversary. In this time, Duke-NUS and SingHealth have established a strategic partnership in academic medicine that will guide and promote the future of medicine, tapping on and combining the collective strengths of SingHealth's clinical expertise and Duke-NUS' biomedical sciences research and medical education capabilities.
For more information, please visit www.duke-nus.edu.sg.