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Dr Tay Su Ann from Singapore National Eye Centre

Dr Tay Su Ann

​MBBS, M Med(Ophth), FAMS

Consultant

Singapore National Eye Centre

Specialty: Paediatric Ophthalmology & Adult Strabismus, Cataract & Comprehensive Ophthalmology

Sub-specialties: Paediatric Ophthalmology & Adult Strabismus, Cataract & Comprehensive Ophthalmology

Conditions Treated by this Doctor:
Amblyopia, Cataract, Childhood Myopia, Squints.

Clinical Appointments

  • Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmology & Adult Strabismus Department Singapore National Eye CentreSingapore National Eye Centre
  • Consultant Cataract & Comprehensive Ophthalmology Department Singapore National Eye CentreSingapore National Eye Centre
  • Consultant KK Eye Centre KK Women's and Children's HospitalKK Women's and Children's Hospital

Academic Appointments

  • Adjunct Instructor SingHealth Duke-NUS Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences Academic Clinical Programme

Profile

​Dr Tay Su Ann graduated from the Royal Free and University College Medical School, London in 2007 with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS). She subsequently returned to Singapore to further her training and completed her basic and advanced speciality training in ophthalmology at the Singapore National Eye Centre in 2015, obtaining a Master of Medicine in Ophthalmology (M Med Ophthalmology) in 2012 and the Fellow of the Academic Medicine, Singapore (FAMS) in Ophthalmology in 2015. She also received the SingHealth Residency 'Best Registrar Award' in 2015.  She then went on to pursue further sub-specialty training in Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, completing a clinical fellowship at the Singapore National Eye Centre in 2016.  She is currently practicing as a consultant at the Singapore National Eye Centre. 

Education

  • FAMS (2015)
  • M Med(Ophth) (2012)
  • MBBS (2007)

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

Awards

​​Best Registrar Award, SingHealth Residency (2015)

Publications and Research Trials

  1. Interventions to Reduce Myopia Progression in Children. Strabismus. Tay SA, Farzavandi S, Tan D. 2017 Mar;25(1):23-32

  2. Topical Atropine in the Control of Myopia. Tan D, Tay SA, Loh KL, Chia A. Asia Pac J Ophthalmol (Phila). 2016 Nov/Dec;5(6):424-428. Review

  3. Electrophysiological abnormalities associated with extensive myelinated nerve fibres. Tay SA, Sanjay S. IJO 2012 Jul 60(4):330-2

Research Trials