Posted by Admin | August 5th, 2011

Susan Lim is a native of Singapore and attended school there, at the Singapore Chinese Girls’ School. She thereafter attended The Raffles Institution. Under the Colombo Plan, Susan Lim received a scholarship in 1974 which allowed her to attend school at Monash University in Australia.

Dr. Susan Lim founded, in 2003, a biotechnology company named Stem Cell Technologies. It was in 2004 that she became a Fellow at Trinity College at the University of Melbourne in Australia. Dr. Susan Lim, her husband, and a friend of theirs founded a charitable organization called Indiapore, which helps underprivileged children based in the Southeast Asian area. Amongst the organization’s accomplishments is providing a number of scholarships for children in Singapore and India, as well as donating a science laboratory to The Raffles Junior College. Dr. Lim is also a member of the Global Advisory Council of the International Society for Stem Cell Research for 2011.

Gleneagles and Mount Elizabeth Hospitals are where Dr. Susan Lim works, along with her staff of twenty two nurses, doctors, and administrative officers. Dr. Susan Lim was the first person in Asia to perform a liver transplant successfully, a feat which she accomplished in 1990. For her accomplishments, Dr. Susan Lim was given the Spirit of the Century Award by the people of Singapore because they considered her to be the ideal role model.

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