About The NCID Gallery
The NCID Gallery was officially launched by Mr Heng Swee Keat, Deputy Prime Minister and Coordinating Minister for Economic Policies on Tuesday, 7 September 2021, in conjunction with NCID's second anniversary. At the gallery, you can expect an immersive experience with the addition of AR features.
Zone 1: NCID organisation and facility
Start the gallery tour by learning about the DNA of NCID through its Mission, Vision and Core Values. Here, you will also learn about the work of the respective units of NCID and key facilities in our state-of-the-art building.
Zone 2: History of infectious diseases timeline
Did you know that the roots of NCID can be traced back to the Communicable Disease Centre (CDC) and Middleton Hospital? Visit the History of Infectious Diseases Timeline and learn about the key milestones Singapore has witnessed in tackling infectious diseases for over one century and how Middleton Hospital, CDC and NCID have managed them.
Zone 3: Public Education Wall
From the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) to Tuberculosis (TB) and Emerging Infectious Diseases (EIDs) and antimicrobial resistance, the public education wall covers current infectious diseases and the role of the community in preventing infections. Head down to the Public Education Wall to find out more!
Zone 4: Courage in Action – Photo exhibition on NCID's response to COVID-19
From 7 September 2021 to 6 March 2022, visit the photo exhibition which showcases the raw moments of NCID's response to the COVID-19 pandemic here in Singapore. From the patient journey to diagnostic testing and surveillance, research milestones, staff training, outreach to the community and stories from NCID staff, you are guaranteed to have an enriching takeaway!
The NCID Gallery is located at NCID.
Click here for more information on getting to NCID.
Admission is free for all.
Weekdays, excluding public holidays, 8.30am to 4.30pm.
The Road to Pandemic Preparedness in Singapore (extracted from NCID Yearbook 2021)
Meeting an Icon in Communicable Diseases Management Dr Edmund Hugh Monteiro (extracted from NCID Yearbook 2021)