60 Years


ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, SINGAPORE
Academy of Medicine Gold Medal

Established in 1989, the Medal is awarded annually to the best student with distinction in Pathology and Microbiology who has successfully completed the Second Professional BDS Examination.

  • Ang Kai Yuit (Faculty of Dentistry) (2013/2014)
  • Chua Kho Xian Sarah (Faculty of Dentistry) (2012/2013)

 

 

Academy of Medicine Silver and Bronze Medals

The Medals are awarded annually to the students who are fourth and fifth respectively in the First Professional MBBS Examination.

  • Ng Sok Hui (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) - Silver Medal (2016/2017)
  • Joel Tan Shi Quan (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) - Bronze Medal (2016/2017)
  • Lim Ying Beatrice (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) - Silver Medal (2015/2016)
  • Ho Jin Yang (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) - Bronze Medal (2015/2016)
  • Lim Yi Hern Ansel (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) - Silver Medal (2014/2015)
  • Luke Tay Ern Wei (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) - Bronze Medal (2014/2015)
  • Joshua Tan Teck Chin (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) - Silver Medal (2013/2014)
  • Gao Mingqi (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) - Bronze Medal (2013/2014)
  • Yuen Wing Yan (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) - Silver Medal (2012/2013)
  • Ng Li Yan (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) - Bronze Medal (2012/2013)

     
G.A. Ransome Gold Medal

Established in 1978 in memory of the late Emeritus Professor Sir Gordon Arthur Ransome, the Medal is awarded annually to the candidate who has distinguished himself in the M Med (Internal Medicine) Examination.

  • Choi Ci-En, Ellie (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) (2016/2017)
  • Benjamin Hooi Ming-Yew (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) (2015/2016)
  • Natalie Ngoi Yan Li (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) (2014/2015)
  • Mo Yin (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) (2013/2014)
  • Chen Zhiyong (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) (2012/2013)

     
Seah Cheng Siang Gold Medal

Established in 1991 in memory of the late Clinical Professor Seah Cheng Siang, the Medal, supported by the Seah Cheng Siang Memorial Fund, is awarded annually to the most outstanding candidate who has the highest marks in the clinical section of the M Med (Internal Medicine) Examination.

  • Hsu Horng Yeuan @ John Hsu (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) (2016/2017)
  • Benjamin Hooi Ming-Yew (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) (2015/2016)
  • Gan Tau Ming Aaron (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) (2014/2015)
  • Mo Yin (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) (2013/2014)
  • Chen Zhiyong (Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine) (2012/2013)

 

 

The Young Investigator's Award

The award is presented to young doctors below the age of 35 years, working in the Singapore-Malaysia region, in recognition of outstanding original work.

 

 

Distinguished Academician

The Council of the Academy may, on the recommendation of its Colleges/Chapters, appoint one distinguished overseas visitor per year as a Distinguished Academician for the year. The Distinguished Academician will stay at least one week (ie five working days) and undertake educational duties as specified by the Council.

  • Prof Randy Gascoyne (July 2012)

Clinical Professor, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, University of British Columbia

  • Lectures: (i)Plasmablastic lymphoma and greyzone lymphoma (BCLU-BL vs DLBCL)
  • (ii)Aggressive B cell neoplasms and greyzone lymphoma: discussion of selected cases
  • (iii)Hodgkin lymphoma
  • (iv) PMBCL and greyzone lymphoma (BCLU-HI vs LBCL)
  • (iv)Hodgkin lymphoma, greyzone lymphoma and benign mimickers of lymphoma: discussion of selected cases

 

Visiting Academician

The College/Chapter may recommend to Council the appointment of up to two Visiting Academicians a year. Each Visiting Academician will stay at least two days and deliver at least one lecture to members of the Academy.

  • Prof Fumio Konishi (April 2014)

Emeritus Consultant, Department of Surgery, Nerima Hikarigaoka Hospital

  • Lectures: (i)Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery: An Update from the Japanese Multi-Centre Triale

 

  • Prof Andrea Gabrielli (April 2014)

Program Director, Division of Critical Care Medicine
Joint Professor of Surgery
Clinical Unit Chief, Hyperbaric Medicine, Shands at UF
Medical Director, Cardiopulmonary Services, Shands at UF
University of Florida College of Medicine

  • Lectures: (i)A-ACLS
  • (ii)Controversies in post resuscitation from cardiac arrest or hemodynamic

 

  • Prof Lindsey M Davies (February 2013)

President, UK Faculty of Public Health

  • Lectures: (i)Clinician Leadership in Public Systems – Learning from the UK Experience

 

  • Dr Kim Seon Hahn (October 2013)

Head of Colorectal Division, Korea University Anam Hospital, & Professor, Department of Surgery, Korea University College of Medicine, South Korea

  • Lectures: (i)The Impact of Robotics in Surgery - The Korean Experience
  • (ii)Tips and Tricks on Robotic TME

 

  • Dr Kang Sang-Wook (October 2013)

Assistant Professor, Endocrine Division, Department of Surgery, Yonsei University College of Medicine and Severance Hospital, South Korea

  • Lectures: (i) Training and Accreditation in Robotic Surgery
  • (ii) State of the Art: Robotic Surgery for the Thyroid, Parathyroid and Neck

 

 

Visiting Lecturers

The College/Chapter may recommend to Council the appointment of Visiting Lecturers. Each Visiting Lecturer will deliver at least one lecture to members of the host College/Chapter.

  • Prof Peter Russell (April 2014)

Pathologist, Douglas Hanly Moir Pathology

  • Lectures: (i)At LAST: Thoughts on the Lower Anogenital Squamous
  • (ii)Terminology Standardisation Project for HPV-Associated Lesion

 

  • Dr Marc J. van de Vijver (October 2012)

Head, Department of Pathology, The Netherlands Cancer Institute, Amsterdam, the Netherlands

  • Lectures: (i)Basal-like breast cancers – what’s the significance?
  • (ii)Hormone receptor and HER2 evaluation – challenges, pitfalls and future

 

  • Prof Alastair Burt (October 2012)

Dean of Clinical Medicine & Professor of Pathology, Clinical Deanery, Faculty of Medical Sciences, Newcastle University, Newcastle, UK

  • Lectures: (i)Autoimmune Liver Diseases: Variation Upon a Time

 

Please click here to see the 2nd Call for Nomination for Visiting Academician and Visiting Lecturer.

 

COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNAECOLOGISTS, SINGAPORE
The O & G Research Award

The Award will be presented to the doctor who submits the best original unpublished paper for the year, or the best proposal for a research project for the year. It is aimed at encouraging doctors to do research in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

 

The Award will be presented annually at the College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Annual General Meeting for the year.

 

COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, SINGAPORE
College of Surgeons Gold Medal

In recognition of the effort of the best performing Advanced Surgical Trainees (ASTs) in the nine (9) surgical specialties, as well as, to encourage the ASTs to excel in their exit examinations, the College of Surgeons has decided to establish the College of Surgeons Gold Medal as an annual award from 2008.

 

The Award shall be given to the best performing AST in the exit examination of each surgical specialty, as judged by the Specialist Training Committee (STC) / RAC of the specialty, and the Chairman of the Chapter of the Specialty.

 

The Award was presented at the College of Surgeons Lectureship Dinner on 26 August 2016.

  • Dr Tan Teck Wei (Urology)
  • Dr Shalini D/O Arulanandam (Otorhinolaryngology)
  • Dr Winson Tan Jianhong (General Surgery)
  • Dr Philip Pang Yi Kit (Cardiothoracic Surgery)
  • Dr Vigneswaran Nallathamby (Plastic Surgery)
     

Award winners on Overseas Fellowship

              Dr Joshua Tay Kai Xun (Otorhinolaryngology)

              Dr Dennis Ng Zhaowen (Orthopaedic Surgery)
 

Young Surgeon's Award

The First Joint Meeting of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh and Chapter of Surgeons, Academy of Medicine, Singapore in November 1984 inaugurated a Surgeon-in-Training Award. The Award was presented to the best original unpublished paper read by a Surgeon-in-Training. Surgical trainees from Singapore and other countries submitted excellent and commendable work. The six papers which were subsequently shortlisted for presentation at the Award session were of remarkable standard and quality. The College of Surgeons, Singapore (then Chapter of Surgeons) agreed that the Award should be perpetuated to encourage young surgical trainees to continue pursuing surgical research and producing papers of the highest standards.

 

The Award will be given for the best original unpublished paper read by a young surgeon.

 

The Award was presented during the 51st Singapore-Malaysia Congress of Medicine held on 21 July to 23 July.

  • Dr Serene Goh Si Ning (General Surgery)

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