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Clin Assoc Prof Pang Shiu Ming

Clin Assoc Prof Pang Shiu Ming

MBBS, Dip Dermatology (London), MRCP (UK), FHKCP, FHKAM (Medicine), FAMS (Dermatology), FRCP (London)

Senior Consultant

Singapore General Hospital

Specialty: Dermatology

Clinical Interest: General Dermatology

Conditions Treated by this Doctor:
Acne Vulgaris, Eczema, Hair Disorder, Infections of the Skin (Bacteria, Fungal, and Viral), Nail Disorder, Psoriasis, Urticaria.

Clinical Appointments

  • Senior Consultant Dermatology Singapore General HospitalSingapore General Hospital


​Dr Pang Shiu Ming was graduated from the Faculty of Medicine in University of Hong Kong and was trained in Internal Medicine, Dermatology and Sexually Transmhairitted Diseases in Hong Kong and London in the 1980’s. He joined the Dermatology Unit of Singapore General Hospital in 2002.


  • ​Diploma in Dermatology (London)
  • Member of Royal College of Physicians (UK)
  • Fellow of Royal College of Physicians (London)
  • Fellow of Academy Medicine, Singapore (Dermatology)
  • Fellow of Singapore College of Physicians
  • Fellow of Chapter of Dermatologists, Singapore College of Physicians
  • Fellow of Hong Kong Society of Dermatology & Venereology
  • Member of Hong Kong College of Physicians
  • Fellow of Hong Kong College of Physicians
  • Fellow of Hong Kong Academy of Medicine

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • ​Committee member of Residency Advisory Committee (Dermatology)
  • Clinical senior lecturer, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medical
  • Content expert in MO teaching in Division of Medicine SGH
  • Adjunct Assistant Professor, Duke-NUS Medical School
  • Clinical Physician Faculty Member, SingHealth Family Medicine Residency
  • Clinical Physician Faculty Member, SingHealth Internal Medicine Residency


  • ​Service with a Heart Award
  • EXSA Silver Award Executive
  • SGH 10 Years Service Award
  • HSA ESPA Excellence Team Player Award

Research Interests

  • ​Research interest - Adverse cutaneous drug reactions, Cutaneous complications in transplant patients


  1. Guest Editorial: PUVA in psoriasis. SM Pang. Medical Progress. May 1984.
  2. Management of Housewives’ dermatitis. SM Pang. Hong Kong Practitioner Vol 7, No 9. 1985.
  3. Patch Test. SM Pang. Hong Kong Practitioner Vol 8, No 6. 1986.
  4. Atopic Dermatitis: Recognition and Management. SM Pang. Topical Dermatology ADIS Science Press. 1989.
  5. Yellow Nail Syndrome Resolution Following Treatment of Pulmonary Tuberculosis. S M Pang. International Journal of Dermatology Vol. 32, No. 8. Aug 1993
  6. Urticaria and Eczema. SM Pang.  A Clinical Approach to Medicine 2nd Edition 2004
  7. A Retrospective Study on the Combination of Oral Ivermectin, Topical Anti-scabetic Agents and Topical Keratolytic Agent inCrusted Scabies. SM Pang & A Ng. SGH Proceedings Vol 13, No. 3. 2004
  8. Skin lesions- When to get alarmed. SM Pang. Cancer update Vol 3, 2005
  9. Cyclosporin induced Sebaceous Hyperplasia in Renal Transplant Patients. SM Pang & YP Chau. Annals of Academy of Medicine, Singapore 2005; 34:391-3
  10. Possible role of gadolinium in nephrogenic fibrosing dermopathy: report of two cases and review of literature. YL Lim, HY Lee, SPS Low, PL Chan, NSG Goh & SM Pang. Clinical & Experimental Dermatology 32: 353- 358 2007
  11. Strontium Ranelate induced toxic epidermal necrolysis in a post menopausal woman. HY Lee, D Lie, KS Lim & SM Pang. Osteoporosis International Online Jul 24 2008
  12. Allopurinol Stevens Johnson syndrome and toxic epidermal necrolysis. HY Lee, SM Pang & T Thirumoorthy. J AM Acad Dermatology 59 (2) 352-3 Aug 2008
  13. Toxic epidermal necrolysis in a breast cancer patient treated with whole brain radiotherapy and phenytoin. H Ranu & SM Pang. Hong Kong J Dermatol. Venereol. (2008) 16, 155-159
  14. Acute generalised exanthematous pustulosis. HY Lee, D Chou, T Thirumoorthy & SM Pang. 2008 SGH ASM.
  15. Successful treatment of acrodermatitis of Hallopeu with etanercept monotherapy. HY Lee & SM Pang. 2008 SGH ASM.
  16. Subacute cutaneous lupus following interferon immunotherapy. HY Lee & SM Pang. 2nd International Conference of Cutaneous Lupus Erythematosus. Kyoto Japan. May 2008
  17. Cutaneous follicular hyperkeratotic spicules: The first clinical sign of multiple myeloma progression or relapse. LK Tay, SM Pang et al. American Academy of Dermatology 67th Annual Meeting March 2009.
  18. Levofloxacin-induced toxic epidermal necrolysis treated with IVIG. WL Teo & SM Pang. Annals Academy of Medicine 39(8)660-1 Aug 2010.
  19. Cutaneous adverse drug reactions in hospitalised patients. HY Lee, LK Tay, T Thirumoorthy & SM Pang. Singapore Med J 2010;51(10):767-774
  20. A case series of allopurinol-induced toxic epidermal necrolysis . H Ranu, J Jiang & SM Pang. Indian J Dermatol 2011:56(1)74-6.
  21. Cellulitis: Making right diagnosis and management: A Singapore experience. CC Oh, SM Pang et al. HK Journal of Dermatol Venerol 2012;20:13-19.
  22. Building pharmacogenetics into a pharmacovigilance in Singapore: using serious skin rash as a pilot study. DSL Toh, DCW Aw, SM Pang et al. Pharmacgenomics Journal (2014),1-6.

Research Trials

  • ​Research project - Pharmacogenetics of Adverse Drug Reactions - Severe Skin Rash (Principal Investigator)