Kl Ling Gastroenterology And Medical Clinic
3 Mount Elizabeth #16-04 Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre Singapore 228510
Chuyên khoa /Quan tâm chính
- Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery, National University of Singapore
- Member of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom
- Master of Medicine (Internal Medicine), National University of Singapore
- Doctor of Philosophy (Tumour Immunology), University of Oxford
- Tiếng Anh
- Tiếng Hoa
- Tiếng Phúc Kiến
- Dr Ling Khoon Lin is a gastroenterologist practising in Mount Elizabeth Hospital, Singapore. Dr Ling's main clinical interests are Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) associated gastritis and inflammatory bowel diseases (IBD).
- Dr Ling obtained his medical degree from the National University of Singapore in 1993. After completing his basic specialist training in Internal Medicine, he trained in Gastroenterology at the Singapore General Hospital from 1997 – 2000. He was then awarded a fellowship by the Ministry of Health in 2001 to train in the management of inflammatory bowel diseases in the University of Oxford under Professor Derek Jewell and Dr Simon Travis. He was subsequently awarded a Research Fellowship from the National Medical Research Council and remained in Oxford for another 3 years, where he studied for a PhD in cancer immunology.
- Dr Ling served in Singapore General Hospital (SGH) as a consultant in the Department of Gastroenterology and Hepatology in 2005 and was made the head of the department in 2012. Working with the Pathology department in SGH, he helped to introduce the H. pylori stool test and H. pylori culture into routine clinical service.
- In addition to running a clinical practice, Dr Ling is active in research and education. His research interest is in the immunology of gastric and colorectal cancers, in particular, the role that chronic inflammation plays in their pathogenesis and treatment.
- NMRC Clinician Scientist Award (2009, 2012)
- Singapore Health Quality Service Award, Superstar Finalist (2014)
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