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Dr Khor Yiu Ming

​MBBS (Singapore), MRCP(London), MMed (Int Med)

Consultant

Specialty: Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging

Clinical Appointments

  • Consultant Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Singapore General HospitalSingapore General Hospital

Profile

​Dr Khor Yiu Ming graduated from the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine of National University of Singapore in 2010. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine in National University Hospital and obtained her MRCP (London) and MMed (Internal Medicine) in 2012. She started Senior Residency in Nuclear Medicine at Singapore General Hospital in 2013. She completed her specialist training in September 2015 and currently works as a Consultant at Department of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging in Singapore General Hospital.

Education

  • MRCP(London): Royal College of Physicians (2012 onwards)
  • MBBS: National University of Singapore (2005-2010)

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Physician Faculty Member, SingHealth Diagnostic Radiology Residency Programme
  • Faculty Member, Singhealth Nuclear Medicine Residency
  • Clinical Lecturer, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine
  • Adjunct Instructor, Duke-NUS Medical School
  • Nuclear Medicine Society (Singapore) member

Awards

Publications and Research Trials

  1. ​Occult recurrence of monomorphic epitheliotropic intestinal T-cell lymphoma and the role of MATK gene expression in diagnosis. Yunxin Chen, Soo-Yong Tan, Bengt Fredrik Petersson, Yiu Ming Khor, Sathish Kumar Gopalakrishnan, Daryl Tan.  Haematological Oncology 2016 Mar 7.
  2. Role of nuclear medicine imaging in evaluation of complications following renal transplant.  Yiu Ming Khor, Winnie Wing Chuen Lam, Wai Yin Wong, Anthony Soon Whatt Goh.  Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare 2015, Vol. 24(4) 233–242
  3. Evolution of gout: malignant change over time? Sterling Ellis Eide, Yiu Ming Khor, Ju Ee Seet, David Soon Yiew Sia.  Radiology Case. 2015 Oct; 9(10):35-46
  4. Benign fibrous histiocytoma of the thoracic spine as the cause of pyrexia of unknown origin identified by positron emission tomography/computed tomography.  Khor Yiu Ming, Sean Yan Xuexian. Spine J. 2015 Jul 1;15(7):1691-2.

Research Trials