Academic Profile : Faculty

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Asst Prof Lee Eng Sing
Director of Primary Care and Family Medicine Research Programme, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
Assistant Professor (Clinical Practice), Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
Family Physician, Senior Consultant, NHGP
Fellow, Future Primary Care, MOHT
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Assistant Professor (Clinical Practice) Lee Eng Sing is the Director of Primary Care and Family Medicine Research Programme and a Co-Principal Investigator in the Health for Life in Singapore Study (HELIOS) in Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine. He leads the Primary Care Research Network and is also the co-Director of the Centre of Primary Health Care Research and Innovation. He is a Senior Consultant Family Physician, Principal Clinician Researcher and Deputy Director of the Clinical Research Unit at the National Healthcare Group Polyclinics. He is also a fellow at the MOH Office for Healthcare Transformation. He completed his medical degree at Aberdeen University, followed by postgraduate training of Masters in Medicine (Family Medicine) at the National University of Singapore and PhD (Family Medicine) at the University of Western Ontario, Canada. Asst/Prof Lee actively promotes primary care research culture, capacity and capability in Singapore. His research interest is on multimorbidity, chronic disease management, digital solutions for primary care and health services research.
• Multimorbidity
• Chronic Disease Management
• Epidemiology
• Centre for Primary Health Care and Innovation Seedcorn Funding
• GERI COVID-19 Research Grant
2019 - Singapore Health Biomedical Congress (SHBC) Primary Care Research Oral Presentation – Bronze Award
2019 - 7th Asia Pacific Primary Care Research Conference Long Oral Presentation – 1st Prize
2019 - North America Primary Care Research Group (NAPCRG) Conference Distinguished Trainee Research Award – 3rd Prize
2020 - NHG Research & Innovation Awards – Research Impact Category
Supervision of PhD Students
Julia Zhu