MBBS, M Med(Ophth), FAMS, FRCOphth (UK)
Specialty: Ophthalmology, Cataract ＆ Comprehensive Ophthalmology
Sub-specialties: Cataract ＆ Comprehensive Ophthalmology
Conditions Treated by this Doctor:
Amblyopia (Lazy Eye), Astigmatism, Blepharitis, Cataract Surgery, Childhood Myopia, Conjunctivitis and Viral Conjunctivitis, Dry Eye Syndrome, Floaters & Flashes, Myopia (Short-sightedness or Near-sightedness), Pterygium.
Dr Bryan Sim is a Consultant with the Cataract & Comprehensive Ophthalmology Department and Myopia Centre at the Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC). His current practice includes the management of childhood and adult myopia, paediatric, general and comprehensive ophthalmology, and cataracts. He also has a keen interest in paediatric Neuro-ophthalmic conditions. He graduated from the National University of Singapore, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine (YLLSOM) with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery in 2013. He subsequently embarked on his Ophthalmology training under the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education-International (ACGME-I) certified SingHealth Ophthalmology Residency Programme at SNEC, and obtained his post-graduate Master of Medicine in Ophthalmology qualification in 2018. He is also a Visiting Consultant at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital Eye Centre.
He attained his Ophthalmology Specialist accreditation and was admitted as a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore in 2021, where he was awarded 4 Gold Medals for Best Candidate in Paediatric Ophthalmology; Neuro-Ophthalmology; Oculoplastic & Adnexal Diseases and Generic stations in the Specialists’ Exit Examination. He was subsequently inducted as a Fellow of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists (FRCOphth) in 2023.
As a clinician educator, Dr Sim has a keen interest in medical education and fervently believes in reinventing new approaches to nurture the next generation of doctors and healthcare professionals. In recognition of his continued contributions to medical education, Dr Sim was awarded the prestigious Junior Doctor Teaching Award by NUS in 2020 and he continues to be passionately involved in NUS-YLLSOM, LKCSOM undergraduate and DUKE-NUS postgraduate teaching of ophthalmology to medical students, residents, general physicians, nurses as well as allied health professionals including optometrists. He has won multiple teaching awards including the SNEC All-Rounded Clinician Educator Award in 2022 and Bandage Contact Lens Tutor Award in 2023. Dr Sim is an adjunct Clinician Educator (EYE ACP) and is a committee member for Ophthalmology undergraduate medical education, Advanced Graduate Diploma for Optometrists and is a clinical tutor for Continuing Professional Education (CPE) for optometrists.
He completed his local fellowship in Myopia at the Singapore National Eye Centre (SNEC) in 2023 and aims and strives to provide holistic care and education to the community to alleviate the current Myopia epidemic in Asia and globally. He also has a special interest in managing paediatric eye diseases including that of paediatric neuro-ophthalmic eye conditions and hopes to expand on this niche service domain.
He is committed to serving the community at large, and regularly volunteers at community eye screening projects. He is also active in ophthalmic research for both myopia and paediatric Neuro-ophthalmology and has published scientific papers in respected peer-reviewed medical journals while presenting his research work at international and local scientific conferences.
Sim B; Jeannette Goh; Sylvia Kam; Lim Su Ann; Tang Phua Hwee; Simon Ling; Stacy Wei Ling Ng; Saumya Shekhar Jamua. A novel intronic variant in ROBO3 associated with horizontal gaze palsy with progressive scoliosis: case report and literature review. J AAPOS. 2023 Nov 4:S1091-8531(23)00229-X. doi: 10.1016/j.jaapos.2023.08.017. Online ahead of print.
Sim B; Chng CL; Chia A; Seah LL. A retrospective study of Paediatric Thyroid Eye Disease: The Asian Experience. Orbit 2020 October 15, : 1-10
Sim B, Yap GH, Chia A. Functional and psychosocial impact of strabismus on Singaporean children. Journal of American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (AAPOS); JAAPOS. 2014 Apr;18(2):178-82. doi: 10.1016/j.jaapos.2013.11.013.
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