I completed my Pediatric Surgery training in 2008, graduating as the first Pediatric Surgeon, University of Malaya had ever produced. I then pursued Pediatric Urology as a sub-specialty, encompassing the care and management of patients with the entire spectrum of Pediatric Urological conditions. I did my Pediatric Urology sub-speciality training in Apollo Children's Hospital, Chennai, India under Dr Venkat Sripathi from 2008 till 2010. I currently serve as a Senior Lecturer in University Malaya (UM) and as a Senior Consultant Pediatric Urologist and Pediatric Surgeon in University of Malaya Medical Center (UMMC). I actively contribute to the field of Pediatric Urology, with memberships in several professional International and National level bodies namely European Society for Pediatric Urology(ESPU), International Children’s Continence Society (i-c-c-s.org), European Association of Urologists(EAU), Indian Association of Pediatric Surgery(IAPS), Malaysian Medical Association (MMA) and Malaysian Association of Pediatric Surgery (MAPS). I am  also on the panel of consultants for the Spina Bifida Association of Malaysia (SIBIAM). I have established Office Pediatric Urology services in UMMC. complete with office ultrasonography, uroflowmetry, uroflow-EMG incorporation of video urodynamics and Malaysia’s first Urotherapy service. I am the only Pediatric Urologist who is an integral part of a focused combined clinic for children with neurogenic bladder and bowel secondary to spina bifida alongside  pediatric neurology, pediatric nephrology and pediatric rehabilitation unit. My areas of expertise include the care and management of cloacal exstrophy, disorders of sexual differentiation, bladder augmentation ileo-cystoplasties, creation of Mitrofanoff channel and bladder neck sling for neurogenic bladder patients. I have performed total uro-genital mobilization for complex persistent cloaca and correction of severe hypospadias, feminizing genitoplasties, pyelolithotomies for staghorn calculi, pyeloplasties for obstructed kidneys and radical nephrectomies for Wilms tumor. Pediatric Urology Services: urologyforkids@gmail.com   thepediatricurologist@gmail.com or 60379492641  

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Dr. Sujaya Singh received her undergraduate medical training at Calicut University, Kerala, India. Subsequently she moved to Malaysia and worked in various hospitals under Kementerian Kesihatan Malaysia (KKM) as House Officer and Medical Officer. After working for 5 years in KKM, she underwent Ophthalmology Specialist training at the University of Malaya. Subsequently she pursued sub specialization in Cornea and Anterior Segment at L.V. Prasad Eye Institute, Hyderabad, India and also the Malaysian cornea fellowship programme withexit Certification in December 2015. She worked as a Cornea specialist at Hospital Sungai Buloh and currently practising at University of Malaya. Her particular interests are in management of cornea and anterior segment diseases.  

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Professor Dr. Lim Kheng Seang, a University of Malaya (Malaysia) graduate in 1999 with MRCP (UK), is a Professor of Neurology in the Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya, and a Consultant Neurologist specializing in epilepsy at the University of Malaya Medical Centre and University Malaya Specialist Centre, Malaysia. He has been trained at the University of Malaya for his neurology subspecialty training (2008), followed by fellowship training in Melbourne (2011) and Cleveland (2017) for epilepsy. He completed his junior doctor training in Hospital Alor Setar, Kedah before joining University Malaya Medical Centre in 2005. He has been involved in many trials of newer treatments (e.g., newer drugs and transcranial magnetic stimulation) in epilepsy. He is also specialized in non-invasive and invasive epilepsy surgery assessment, including long-term video-EEG monitoring, intracranial monitoring with stereo-EEG, subdural and depth electrodes, electrocardiography, and cortical stimulation. Other areas of expertise included vagal nerve stimulation and callosotomy evaluation and monitoring. He is currently the Associate Editor for Neurology Asia, an Editorial Board member of the Journal of Xiangya Medicine, and on the committee of the recent 7th Asian Oceanian Congress on Clinical Neurophysiology (AOCCN) held in February 2021. He has published ≥ 120 original papers with an H-index of 19, in journals including Neurology (IF:8.055), Epilepsia (IF:5.562), Neuron (14.403), and JAMA Neurology (IF:29.91). His research works focus on the psychosocial aspects of epilepsy, clinical studies especially epilepsy surgery and seizures in brain tumors, genetics in focal and familial epilepsies, pharmacogenomics and pharmacokinetics of antiepileptic drugs, quantitative EEG and quantitative MRI research, and artificial intelligence. He is active in research, being the principal investigator and co-investigator in many local and international research projects, and has a strong collaboration with Southeast Asia, Taiwan and Hong Kong, Australia and New Zealand, and United Kingdom. He was recently awarded the Impact Oriented Interdisciplinary Research Grant (IIRG) Programme on epilepsy. He has held important positions in local and international organizations, including an active member of the Malaysian Epilepsy Council and the past President of the Malaysian Epilepsy Society and Malaysian Society of Neurosciences, and internationally the general secretary of the Asian and Oceanian Commission, International League Against Epilepsy, the chair of the Research Task Force in the commission and ex-chair of the Research Commission in the International Bureau of Epilepsy.

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