Tan Maw Pin is Professor in Geriatric Medicine at the University of Malaya. She qualified from the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom and worked as an house officer in Derby and a Senior House Officer at the Nottingham City Hospital before moving up north to Newcastle upon Tyne to purse her higher specialist training in geriatric medicine. She worked briefly as a consultant geriatrician at the Royal Victoria Infirmary and Freeman Hospital before returning home to Malaysia. Since her return to Malaysia in 2011, she has been Principal Investigator (PI) of a randomized controlled study in falls (MyFAIT), the lead PI of the UM Grand Challenge- Promoting Independence in Our Seniors with Arthritis (PISA) and a co-PI in the Malaysian Elders Longitudinal Research (MELoR) study. Prof Tan is currently the PI for the Life After Falls (LiAF) study funded by an University of Malaya IIRG fund and the Obesity, Sarcopenia and Falls in Older Persons (OSFOP) study funded by a Ministry of Education FRGS grant. She has also recently worked with a multi-institutional team to successfully bid for a LRGS grant to fund the AGELESS project as PI. Prof Tan is Academic Editor to PLOS ONE and Associate Editor to Frontiers in Medicine. She is also the founder and Managing Director of ACT4Health Sdn Bhd, and the Medical Director of the Genting Dementia Day Care Centre and Aged Care Services Sdn Bhd.