Tan Pei Ling
Diabetes & Endocrinology Experts
United Arab Emirates
Tan is a Senior Resident in Rehabilitation Medicine at SingHealth in Singapore. She completed her M.D. at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School (Singapore), and also holds a B.Sc. (2nd upper class honours) in the National University of Singapore, School of Pharmacy. She was awarded the SingHealth David Sabiston Gold Medal (2012), and received the Quality Service Award (2008) from the Singapore General Hospital. Currently the Chief Resident of the SingHealth Rehabilitation Medicine Senior Residency Program, she has published (as second author) a case report on Rare Paraneoplastic Opsoclonus Myoclonus Syndrome (POMS) in a Recurrent Breast Cancer Patient: Importance of Early Recognition of POMS and Initiation of Rehabilitation Intervention. She also presented on the Systematic Review of Use of PPIs vs H2RAs in Stress Ulcer Prophylaxis in the Critically Ill (19th Annual Scientific Meeting 2007, Singapore). An active member of the community with a passion for bringing healthcare to the needy, Pei Ling has been on several medical missions to Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Mongolia, Myanmar and the Philippines. She also currently provides pro bono medical services to foreign workers in Singapore at a community clinic. .