31 Aug - 2 Sep 2022 | PHYSICAL | MARINA BAY SANDS | SINGAPORE
3 - 9 Sep 2022 | Digital, Online
MEDICAL FAIR ASIA 2022 MEDICAL FAIR ASIA 2022
MFAM + Sports Conference

Speakers and Expert Committee

Prof Patrick Yung
Prof Patrick Yung
Conference Committee Board | Speaker
Prof Patrick Yung President, Asian Federation of Sports Medicine (AFSM), Chairman, Department of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Dr Mandy Zhang
Dr Mandy Zhang
Conference Committee Board | Speaker
Dr Mandy Zhang graduated from Royal College of Surgeons (Ireland), and obtained post graduate qualifications as a member of the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh), Master of Family Medicine (Singapore), Master of Sports Medicine (Australia), and is a fellow of the Academy of Medicine Singapore. Dr Zhang has provided medical coverage for many key sporting events such as SEA games, Singapore FORMULA 1 Grand Prix, and Special Olympics. Her clinical interests include sports safety and management, exercise prescription in chronic diseases, as well as Performing Arts Medicine. She chairs the PAM Special Interest Group under Sport Medicine Association Singapore, and is a member of International Association of Dance Medicine & Science, and Performing Arts Medicine Association.
Dr Joshua Li
Dr Joshua Li
Conference Committee Board | Speaker
Dr Joshua Li graduated from National University of Singapore Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine in 2011. After obtaining his Masters in Family Medicine, he completed his Sports Medicine Advanced Specialty Training at Changi General Hospital. Passionate in medical education, Dr Li holds undergraduate and post-graduate teaching appointments at all three local medical schools. Dr Li also serves on the Sports Medicine Association Singapore executive committee, organising events to help expand the local Sports Medicine community. Dr Li provides medical cover for sports events like the Formula 1 Singapore Grand Prix and Singapore Premier League. As an athlete, Dr Li is a competitive triathlete and marathoner, participating in local and overseas multisport races, from sprint to Ironman distances.
Dr Lim Ang Tee
Dr Lim Ang Tee
Speaker
Dr Lim Ang Tee graduated in 2003 from National University of Singapore and obtained his Master of Sports Medicine in 2009 and Master of Medicine (Family Medicine) in 2012.
His interests are in Sport & Exercise Medicine, community health, chronic disease management, disability sports and performance arts medicine. As a keen educator, Dr Lim is an Adjunct Senior Lecturer for LKC School of Medicine’s Graduate Diploma in Sports Medicine, and a tutor for Graduate Diploma in Family Medicine and Master in Medicine (FamMed). He has also been educating students from NUS-YST Conservatory of Music, on injury prevention for playing-related musculoskeletal disorders (PRMD) since 2014. His research on PRMD among conservatory students was presented at the 2018 Medicine and Art Symposium in The Hague.
Dr Lim Baoying
Dr Lim Baoying
Speaker
Dr Lim Baoying graduated from National University of Singapore School of Medicine and obtained postgraduate qualifications in Family Medicine (Graduate Diploma in FamMed and Master of Medicine (FamMed)) and Master in Sports Medicine from University of Queensland. She is presently a Registrar (Advanced Specialty Trainee). Aside from patient care in SSMC@CGH, Dr Lim provides medical coverage for sport events such as ASEAN Paralympics Games and SEA Games, and had served as Chief Medical Director for North Face 100 and ONE Championship in Singapore. As an avid endurance athlete, Dr Lim is often invited to give workshops on sports injury management and prevention, especially for running. She had given talks for Changi Airport Group, Pocari Sweat Run, Health Promotion Board events, and more.
Hardaway Chan
Hardaway Chan
Speaker
Hardaway Chan Senior Scientific Conditioning Coach, Elite Training Science & Technology Division, Hong Kong Sports Institute
Dr Shannon Chia
Dr Shannon Chia
Speaker
Dr Shannon Chia leads the Programme Design & Development team at Sport Singapore’s Active Health division, which runs the national social movement aimed at inspiring individual ownership of health and wellness. With like-minded partners, Active Health established an ecosystem of Active Health Lab network in Singapore to better serve the needs of the community. She oversees the Active Health Labs and application of sport science and Exercise is Medicine principles to the programmes supporting the wellbeing of Singaporeans across age-segments, and also leads the division’s research and data efforts towards enabling effective and evidence-based strategies. Dr Chia holds a PhD in Exercise Physiology and Motor Performance from Loughborough University (UK) and Nanyang Technological University.
Christine Goh
Christine Goh
Speaker
Christine Goh is a Senior Occupational Therapist at Changi General Hospital, specialising in upper limb and hand rehabilitation. With 15 years of clinical experience in the public and private sectors, Christine has attended to patients, including athletes and performing artists, with various hand and upper limb conditions.
Christine is a firm believer in patient empowerment. She focuses on educating her patients on their physical condition and how to proactively manage their daily or specialised activities for optimal injury recovery. She is also passionate about providing innovative and customised splinting solutions for improved patient outcomes.
Dr Fadzil Hamzah
Dr Fadzil Hamzah
Speaker
Dr Fadzil Hamzah graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery from National University of Singapore in 2005 and obtained his Masters in Sports Medicine at the University of Queensland in 2013. He has been actively involved in many community programmes and grassroots activities in Singapore, and works closely with Sport Singapore’s ActiveSG team, Health Promotion Board, People’s Association, and Community Development Council. Dr Fadzil is currently the Community Director of SingHealth Duke-NUS Sport & Exercise Medicine Centre, and a Board Member of the Yellow Ribbon Singapore. His passion in serving and engaging the community has also seen him being invited as both speaker and guest in many public health talks and community events, as well as being quoted in media resources.
Dr Byran Lau
Dr Byran Lau
Speaker
Dr Byran Lau Chief Medical Executive, Hong Kong Sports Institute
Dr David Lau
Dr David Lau
Speaker
Dr David Lau is an Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgeon in private practice, with over 25 years’ experience in the specialty. He is a regional key opinion leader in the field of laryngology, voice and swallowing disorders. His expertise includes laryngeal stroboscopy for diagnosis; medical management of the occupational and performing voice (including singers); micro-laryngeal and laser surgery of the vocal folds; management of vocal fold paralysis; and use of Botox in the voice box. He has special interest in the relationship between breathing techniques and laryngeal muscle misuse disorders including chronic cough. He has directed several courses in the field of laryngology; and in 2019 was the organising president for the first Asia Pacific Laryngology Association Conference in Singapore.
Ka Kay Lo
Ka Kay Lo
Speaker
Ka Kay Lo Sports Development Manager, The Centre for Sports and Exercise, The University of Hong Kong
Dr Kam Ming Mok
Dr Kam Ming Mok
Speaker
Dr Kam Ming Mok Co-Op Member, Asian Federation of Sports Medicine (AFSM), Assistant Manager (Physical Education), Office of Student Affairs, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
Prof Lu Kuo Sun Peter
Prof Lu Kuo Sun Peter
Speaker
Prof Lu Kuo Sun Peter, Clinical Associate Professor Peter Lu has been practising as an Otolaryngo- logist (ENT specialist) for over 25 years. His area of subspecialty is Head and Neck cancer, and has a special interest in voice disorders.
In partnership with his speech therapy colleagues, he initiated the CGH Voice Clinic, which offers multidisciplinary care for patients who are suffering from voice problems. Many of the patients seen in the Voice Clinic are professional voice users, such as teachers and lecturers, as well as performance artists such as singers and actors. Besides his clinical practice, A/Prof Lu is heavily involved in specialist training and clinical quality, and currently holds the position of Chief Risk Officer in Changi General Hospital.
Dr Raymond So
Dr Raymond So
Speaker
Dr Raymond So Executive Committee Member, Asian Federation of Sports Medicine (AFSM), Director, Elite Training Science & Technology, Hong Kong Sports Institute
Adda Sue
Adda Sue
Speaker
Adda Sue A physiotherapist with over 17 years of experience, Ms Adda Sue has a keen interest in dance and sports injuries. She graduated with a diploma in physiotherapy in Nanyang Polytechnic (Singapore), and subsequently obtained a degree from Queen Margaret University (United Kingdom).
Adda is certified in Polestar Mat Pilates and progressive ballet technique. Being an avid dancer, she has taken dance examinations in jazz and ballet, and attended a contemporary dance scholarship with a dance company. She also attended a dance medicine conference at the University Dance Medicine Centre (New York, USA). Adda currently works in private practice and does on-field sports physiotherapy coverage for sporting competitions.
Dr Kate Yung
Dr Kate Yung
Speaker
Dr Kate Yung Physiotherapist, Strength & Conditioning Specialist
Christian Stammel
Christian Stammel
Moderator
Christian Stammel is founder and CEO of WT Wearable Technologies Group and Navispace AG. Born in 1969, he successfully enables innovation and cooperation in the Internet of Things and wearables sector. Christian had already founded his first IT company during his university years, which went public in 2000. He is one of the digital pioneers with a track record of over 20 years in IoT and has created some world ́s firsts including an ECG shirt in 2002. He advises some of the biggest tech companies and organizes with his teams important networking platforms in the US, Europe, Asia and Australia.
Dr Sonja Sulzmaier
Dr Sonja Sulzmaier
Moderator
Dr Sonja Sulzmaier is Managing Partner of Navispace. Navispace organizes the Innovation World Cup Series the biggest open innovation platforms in the IoT and wearables space with many innovative sports and healthcare solutions. In cooperation with partners MEDICA, FIMS, ACSM, DGSP, EiM, EFSMA, WT and many more, Sonja and her team have set up an ecosystem that connects sports medicine, sports and healthcare. Before, she was heading the marketing and business development of embedded systems company ESG and worked for the Boston Consulting Group. Between 1995 and 2001 she worked as an assistant professor at Witten/Herdecke University and University of Arts Berlin. Sonja holds a degree in business management and economics and her phd thesis won the annual university award for being the best across all faculties. Her interest in sports medicine has already started in 1989 with her highschool thesis about the athlete's heart.
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