Dr. Susan Lim Is A Surgeon

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Dr. Susan Lim is a surgeon based in Singapore who successfully performed the first liver transplant in Asia in 1990. Susan Lim was born in Singapore and she attended Singapore Chinese Girls’ School, as well as The Raffles Institution. Under the Colombo Plan, an effort to strengthen economic and social development in the countries of the Asian Pacific region, Susan Lim was awarded a scholarship in 1974. That scholarship enabled her to study medicine at Monash University in Australia.

In 2003, Dr. Susan Lim started a biotechnology company called Stem Cell Technologies. 2004 saw Dr. Susan Lim join Trinity College at the University of Melbourne, Australia, as a Fellow. Susan Lim and her husband, along with a friend, established the Indiapore Trust, a charity aimed at helping to provide assistance to underprivileged children from countries in that region. The Indiapore Trust has donated a science laboratory to the Raffles Junior College and provided numerous scholarships to children in India and Singapore.

Dr. Susan Lim also sits on the Global Advisory Council of the International Society for Stem Cell Research 2011. Dr. Lim works at two of the premier hospitals in Singapore, Gleneagles and Mount Elizabeth. Dr. Susan Lim was given the Spirit of the Century Award by the people of Singapore, which was was given to her because she embodies the spirit of the sort of role model Singapore wants for it’s younger generations.

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