60 Years

 

 

ACADEMY OF MEDICINE, SINGAPORE
Gordon Arthur Ransome Oration

Established in 1971, the Oration is open to distinguished members of the medical profession and the public by invitation. The Oration is held biennially in conjunction with the Congress of Medicine in Singapore.
 

22nd Gordon Arthur Ransome Orator 2015
Professor James Best
Dean, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
“Is Medicine Still an Art?”

 

21st Gordon Arthur Ransome Orator 2013
Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam
Deputy Prime Minister & Minister of Finance, Singapore
"A Fair and Just Society: What Stays, What Changes?"

 

 

Runme Shaw Memorial Lecture

Established in 1982, the Lecture is open to distinguished members of the medical profession by invitation. It is held biennially in conjunction with the Congress of Medicine in Singapore.

 

Runme Shaw Memorial Lecture 2015
Prof Soo Kee Chee

Director, National Cancer Cancer
“Scientific Basis of Cancer Care”

 

Runme Shaw Memorial Lecture 2013
Dr Ng Huck-Hui
Executive Director, Genome Institute of Singapore
“Clinical Applications of Stem Cells in Medicine: 21st Century and Beyond”

 

 

Galloway Memorial Lecture

Instituted in 1959 in memory of the late Sir David Galloway, the Lecture is open annually to all Academicians and practitioners of Medicine and its allied fields. The Lecture is delivered biennially in conjunction with the Congress of Medicine in Singapore.

 

Galloway Memorial Lecture 2011
​A/Prof Chong Siow Ann
Associate Professor & Senior Consultant Psychiatrist, Institute of Mental Health, Singapore
"What Ails the Populace: The Singapore Mental Health Study"

 

 

COLLEGE OF OBSTETRICIANS AND GYNAECOLOGISTS, SINGAPORE
College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Lecture

Held annually at an event organised by the College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Singapore, the Lecture is open to distinguished members of the medical profession by invitation (local as well as overseas). The subject offered for the Lecture must be educational in content and be in the field of Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

 

11th College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists Lecture 2014
Prof Sturla Eik-Nes
Professor & Director, National Centre for Fetal Medicine, Trondheim, Norway
"The ISUOG Outreach Program - A Founder's Perspective"

 

COLLEGE OF OPHTHALMOLOGISTS, SINGAPORE
College of Ophthalmologists Lectureship

Held annually at any of the College Meetings during the calendar year (Jan-Dec), the recipient of this award will deliver a lecture at one of the College’s Meetings as notified and invited.

 

4th College of Ophthalmologists Lectureship 2013
Prof Aung Tin
Head & Senior Consultant, Glaucoma Service (Research, Education & Development), Singapore National Eye Centre
Deputy Director, Singapore Eye Research Institute
"Why Do People Get Angle Closure Glaucoma"

 

 

COLLEGE OF PAEDIATRICS AND CHILD HEALTH, SINGAPORE
College of Paediatrics and Child Health Lecture

Established in 1995, the Lecture is held biennially in conjunction with the Annual Scientific Meeting of the College of Paediatrics and Child Health, Singapore. The Lecture is open to distinguished members of the medical profession by invitation (local as well as overseas). The subject offered for the Lecture must be scientific in content and be in the field of Paediatrics.

 

8th College of Paediatrics and Child Health Lecture 2013
A/Prof Wong Keng Yean
Senior Consultant Paediatrician, KK Women's & Children's Hospital, Singapore
"Paediatric Cardiology - Two and a Half Decades of Change"

 

COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS, SINGAPORE
College of Physicians, Singapore Lecture

Held annually during the Annual Scientific Meeting of the College of Physicians, Singapore, the Lecture is open to distinguished members of the medical profession by invitation (local as well as overseas).

 

13th College of Physicians, Singapore Lecture 2016
Dr Tan Lai Yong
Resident Fellow, College of Alice and Peter Tan, National University of Singapore
"Rural Lessons for Urban Doctors"

 

 

Seah Cheng Siang Memorial Lecture

Held annually in conjunction with the Annual Scientific Meeting of the College of Physicians, Singapore, the Lecture is open to distinguished members of the medical profession by invitation (local as well as overseas). The subject offered for the Lecturer must be in the field of Internal Medicine. The Lecture must be on a Gastroenterology subject at once in three years.

 

26th Seah Cheng Siang Memorial Lecture 2016
Prof Chng Wee Joo
Director, National University Cancer Institute, Singapore
"Multiple Myeloma: A Journey from Biology to Potential Cure"

 

 

Chapter of Dermatologists Lecture

Held annually during the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Chapter of Dermatologists, College of Physicians, Singapore, the Lecture is open to distinguished members of the Dermatological Profession by invitation (local as well as overseas).

 

10th Chapter of Dermatologists Lecture 2015
Prof Sean Whittaker
Consultant Dermatologist, St John's Institute of Dermatology, Guys & St Thomas' Hospital London
"Melanoma: A Paradigm for Cancer Management"

 

 

Chapter of Neurologists Lecture

Held annually during a Scientific Meeting of the Chapter of Neurologists, College of Physicians, Singapore, the Lecture is open to distinguished members of the neuroscience community by invitation (local as well as overseas).

 

7th Chapter of Neurologists Lecture 2015
Prof Craig Anderson
Professor of Stroke Medicine and Clinical Neuroscience Medicine, The George Institute for Global Health, The University of Sydney
"BP Management in Acute Ischaemic and Haemorrhagic Stroke"

 

 

Chapter of Renal Physicians Lecture

Awarded by the Chapter of Renal Physicians, College of Physicians, Singapore, and held annually, the Lecture is open to distinguished members of the professional community (local as well as overseas). The topic must be of relevance to Nephrology.

 

9th Chapter of Renal Physicians Lecture 2015
Prof A. Vathsala
Head, Division of Nephrology and Director, Adult Renal Transplantation Programme, National University Hospital
"Navigating Through Life: Lessons from Darwin and Sheryl Sandberg?"

 

 

 
The Monteiro Lecture

Awarded by the Chapter of Infectious Disease Physicians, College of Physicians, Singapore, and held annually, the Lecture is open to distinguished members of the professional community (local as well as overseas). The topic must be of relevance to Infectious Diseases, Microbiology, Epidemiology or Public Health.

 

3rd Monteiro Lecture 2016
Prof Goh Kee Tai
Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, National University of Singapore
"Infectious Disease Outbreaks in Singapore: Personal Reflections on Surveillance and Management"

 

 

COLLEGE OF RADIOLOGISTS, SINGAPORE
The F Y Khoo Lectureship

Dr Khoo Fun Yong is well recognized as the ‘Father’ of Radiology in Singapore. He was the first local radiologist to head the Department of Radiology at the Singapore General Hospital. During his long and illustrious career, he has trained numerous radiologists, many of whom have been or are in leadership positions today. To honour Dr Khoo for his numerous achievements and the influence he has had on radiology in Singapore, the College of Radiologists, Singapore, in conjunction with the Singapore Radiological Society, has decided to establish the F Y Khoo Lectureship.

 

The lecture will be held annually and delivered during the Annual Scientific Meeting (ASM) of the Singapore Radiological Society (SRS) and the College of Radiologists, Singapore (CRS). The topic of the lecture must be of professional, academic or scientific content that is related to Radiology. The lecturer must preferably be a prominent local member of the radiological community, although an overseas lecturer can be appointed every 3 years.

 

9th F Y Khoo Memorial Lecture 2013
Prof David Townsend
A*Star-NUS Clinical Imaging Research Centre, Singapore
"Imaging the Invisible - From Physicist to Physicians"

 

COLLEGE OF SURGEONS, SINGAPORE
College of Surgeons Lectureship

This Lectureship would be organised annually at any of the College Meetings during the calender year (Jan – Dec). Nominations will be received from the College Council Members for confirmation by the College Council.

 

11th College of Surgeons Lectureship 2016
Prof Lee Chuen Neng
Deputy Director, National University Heart Centre, Singapore
" Surgeons as Innovators: Why? How? Support Structure. Dreams. Results"

 

 

Yahya Cohen Memorial Lectureship

In recognition of the outstanding contributions to the development of surgery in Singapore by Dr Yahya Cohen, the 1st Chairman of the Chapter of Surgeons and a past Master of the Academy, the 1994 Chapter of Surgeons has decided to establish the Yahya Cohen Memorial Lecture in his honour.

 

The award of the Lectureship shall be given for academic excellence and be given to the main author, who must be the First Author or the principal investigator, of the best scientific paper published in the 24 month period ending 31 st December of the preceding year, as judged by a panel appointed by the College.

 

The Lectureship will be presented annually and the lecture will take place at an event or activity organized by the College of Surgeons, Singapore. Only Fellows of the College of Surgeons are eligible for the Lectureship.

 

21st Yahya Cohen Memorial Lectureship 2016
Dr Lee Ser Yee
Consultant, Department of Hepato-pancreato-biliary and Transplant Surgery, Singapore General Hospital
‘’Hepatic Resection or Ablation for Isolated Breast Cancer Liver Metastasis” – A Case-Control Study with Comparison to Medically Treated Patients’’

 

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