Dr. Susan Lim Started A Biotechnology Company

Posted by Admin - August 5th, 2011

Dr. Susan Lim was born in Singapore and attended the Singapore Chinese Girls’ School, and then The Raffles Institution. Susan Lim received a scholarship under the Colombo Plan, which is an effort in Asian Pacific countries to strengthen economic and social development, in 1974. That scholarship allowed Susan Lim to attend Monash University in Australia.

Dr. Susan Lim started a biotechnology company called Stem Cell Technologies in 2003 and in 2004 she joined Trinity College at the University of Melbourne in Australia as a Fellow. The Indiapore Trust is an organization that tries to help underprivileged children in the Southeast Asian area—it was founded by Dr. Lim, her husband, and a friend. The Raffles Junior College received a donated science laboratory from the Indiapore Trust and the charity has also provided a number of scholarships to Singapore and India-based children. Additionally, Dr. Susan Lim sits on the Global Advisory Council of the International Society for Stem Cell Research 2011.

Dr. Susan Lim works at Gleneagles and Mount Elizabeth Hospitals in Singapore—two of the more well known hospitals in the area. In 1990 she became the first person in Asia to successfully perform a liver transplant. She was given an award, The Spirit of the Century Award, for being an ideal role model by the people of Singapore. ?

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