Professor Dr. Lim Kheng Seang, a University of Malaya (Malaysia) graduate, is a Professor of Neurology in Faculty of Medicine, University of Malaya and Consultant Neurologist specialized in epilepsy in University of Malaya Medical Centre and University Malaya Specialist Centre, Malaysia. He has been trained in the University of Malaya for his neurology subspecialty training, followed by fellowship training in Melbourne and Cleveland for epilepsy. He is currently the member of Malaysian Epilepsy Council and the past President of the Malaysian Epilepsy Society and Malaysian Society of Neurosciences. Internationally, he is the chair of the Research Commission in International Bureau of Epilepsy and the Research Task Force in the Commission of Asian and Oceanian Affairs, International League Against Epilepsy. He has published numerous original papers in epilepsy, especially on the psychosocial aspects of epilepsy, genetics, pharmacogenomics and pharmacokinetics of antiepileptic drugs, quantitative EEG and quantitative MRI research.
He has involved in many trials of newer treatment (e.g., newer drugs and transcranial magnetic stimulation) in epilepsy. He is also specialized in noninvasive and invasive epilepsy surgery assessment, including long-term video-EEG monitoring, intracranial monitoring with subdural and depth electrodes, electrocorticography and cortical stimulation. Other areas of expertise included vagal nerve stimulation and callosotomy evaluation and monitoring.