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Ang Seng Bin

Adjunct Associate Professor Ang Seng Bin                                              

MBBS, MMed (Family Medicine), FCFP(S), NCMP, FECSM

Seng Bin is the Head of Menopause Unit in KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital in Singapore.  He is also the Associate Program Director of the Sing Health Family Medicine Residency program, Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor for School of Public Health, Curtin University (Australia) as well as an Adjunct Assistant Professor in Duke-NUS Medical School in the Family Medicine clerkship, Paediatric Clerkship, and Obstetrics and Gynaecology (OBGYN) Clerkship. He has also been active in educating GPs and Family Physicians about menopausal women’s health both locally and internationally in the various conferences.  His research interests include osteoporosis, menopause, sexual health, diabetes mellitus as well as dermatology. 

Believing in nurturing the next generation of doctors, he has been actively mentoring undergraduates, post-graduates as well as junior consultants in both research as well as career development with several of them winning awards both in local and international congresses.

Seng Bin has been an active member of various societies such as Asia Pacific Menopause Federation, Asian Federation of Osteoporosis Societies as its Vice-President, President of Menopause Research Society (Singapore) and Vice-President of Osteoporosis Society Singapore.

In the social service front, Seng Bin was the Immediate past Vice-President of the National Council of Social Service, Board member of the Agency for Integrated Care (Singapore), Chairman of AMKFSC Community Services Ltd that provide social support to the vulnerable seniors in the society. As such, he is familiar with governance framework as well as succession planning to ensure the sustainability of NGOs. 

He has also been awarded several national awards for his achievements and contributions and these included the Minister of Health award as well as the National Day Public Service award.

With his strength in the primary care, tertiary care as well as social and community care coupled with utilisation of technology for advances he hopes to be able to contribute to the IMS as well as learn from the esteemed council members.