Dr Low Kah Tzay
Dr Low Kah Tzay graduated from National University of Singapore (NUS) and obtained the Master in Paediatric Medicine from the Graduate School of Medical Studies in NUS in 1997. He joined National University Hospital as a Paediatrician and Neonatologist. He was awarded the NUH HMDP scholarship and spent a year as a senior Fellow in Monash Medical Centre, Victoria, Australia in 2000 under Prof Victor Yu and Dr Andrew Ramsden. He subspecialised in Newborn and Developmental Medicine.
On his return, he worked in NUH as a consultant in the Dept of Neonatologist and Paediatrician in the Children Medical Institute. He also held the appointment of Clinical Lecturer in Faculty of Medicine, NUS. He was the convenor of the monthly hospital perinatal meeting. As a mentor to advanced trainees, he was awarded the Post-Graduate Teaching Excellence award in 2002. He was involved in the research of cytokines in neonates and the long term respiratory and neurodevelopmental outcome of at-risk babies.
In 2007, he started his own practice at Anson International Paediatric & Child Development Clinic. He is accredited to practice at the Parkway Hospitals, Thomson Medical Centre and Mt Alvernia Hospital.
He was the President of the College of Paediatrics & Child Health, Singapore from 2009 to 2011. Since 2012, he has been serving as a Board member of the Singhealth Centralized Institutional Review Board (CIRB). He is a board member of the voluntary organisation, Crisis Relief Alliance.