Posted by Admin | August 5th, 2011

Singapore is where Dr. Susan Lim was born and she attended the Singapore Chinese Girls’ School for her early education. She is also a graduate of The Raffles Institution. Susan Lim was able to receive a scholarship in 1974 under the auspices of the Colombo Plan, which was designed to encourage economic and social development in Asian and Pacific countries. That scholarship enabled Susan Lim to attend Australia’s Monash University.

Stem Cell Technologies is a company that Dr. Susan Lim founded in 2003. She became a Fellow at the University of Melbourne’s Trinity College in 2004. She would later co-found, along with her husband and a friend, a charitable organization called Indiapore—an organization which seeks to help underprivileged children in the Southeast Asian area by providing them with opportunities for a better education. Indiapore has provided numerous scholarship to Singaporean and Indian children. The organization has also donated a science laboratory to The Raffles Junior College. Dr. Susan Lim is also a member of the International Society for Stem Cell Research for 2011’s Global Advisory Council.

Dr. Susan Lim is widely recognized in Asia because in 1990 she became the first person to successfully conduct a liver transplant in that continent. Dr. Lim was even given an award by the people of Singapore, the Spirit of the Century Award, which identified her as the ideal role model for the 20th century.

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