Dr Goh Chye Tee is currently a Senior Lecturer in Nanyang Business School. He is concurrently Director of the NTU Chinese Medicine Clinic and Deputy Director of the Double Degree Program in Biomedical Sciences and Chinese Medicine at the School of Biological Scie. He received his Postgradute Diploma in Teaching in Higher Education from the National Institute of Education, Bachelor degree (Honour) in Commerce (Accountancy) from Nanyang University, Master degree in Commerce (Honour) from University of New South Wales, Diploma in TCM from the Singapore College of TCM, and Ph.D. degree in TCM from the Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, China. His research interests include Accounting and Financial Disclosure, Cost Management, Traditional Chinese Medicine and Sustainability, and the integration of Chinese culture and managment. He has done research in these areas and published a number of quality conference and journal papers. He has served in a number of positions, including, Director, Centre for Continued Education, NTU; Academic Advisor and Director, Jimei University, China; Member of Accreditation Committee, TCM Pratitioners Board, MOH Singapore, and Director and Financial Consultants to various business organisations.
Dr Goh Chye Tee
Director, Biomedical Sciences and Chinese Medicine, School of Biological Sciences (SBS)
Prof Goh Chye Tee's areas of expertise are Accounting, Cost Management and TCM. His current research works focus on the integration of traditional culture and modern management.
- A pilot randomized controlled trial of the efficacy of FUling tea concoction and phySical activity advice on body constitution and blood chOlesterol levels among individuals with phlegm-dampNess body constitution (FUSION)
- Characterization, in vitro and in vivo validation of local tropical herbs for colon cancer, stomach cancer and liver cancer prevention and treatment
- Community Tai Chi programme as a complementary modality to mitigate age-associated decline in metabolic and musculoskeletal health in older adults
- Role of Functional food and Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) in Atopic Dermatitis
- NTU Chinese Medicine Clinic. (2016). Understanding TCM. NTU Confucius Institute.
- Ng Y.K., Wong PS, Goh Chye Tee. (2006). Evaluation of Acupuncture Weight Loss Programme Using Laser Doppler Perfusion Imaging. Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, 6(2), 153-173.
- Ng Y. K, Eddie, Fok S C, Goh Chye Tee. (2003). Case Studies of Laser Doppler Imaging System for Clinical Diagnosis Applications and Management. Journal of Medical Engineering & Technology, 27(5), 200-206.
- Ng Y.K., Fok SC, Goh Chye Tee. (2003). Case Studies of Laser Doppler Imaging System for Clinical Diagnosis Applications and Management. Journal of Mechanics in Medicine and Biology, 27(5), 200-206.
- Goh Chye Tee, Koh Hian Chye. (2002). An Empirical Study of Auditor Changes in Singapore. Pan-Pacific Conference (pp. 266-268).