Dr. Susan Lim is a founder of The Indiapore Trust

Posted by Admin | October 4th, 2011

Dr. Susan Lim is a surgeon that was born in Singapore and grew up there too. She attended the Singapore Chinese Girls’ School and The Raffles Institution before leaving Singapore for college. She received a scholarship in 1974 under the Colombo Plan, which is an effort that has been trying to strengthen the economic and social development of Asian Pacific countries. It was this scholarship that allowed Susan Lim to attend Monash University in Australia and study Medicine.

In 1990, Dr. Susan Lim became the first person in Asia to successfully perform a liver transplant, which resulted in her being quite well known in Singapore and Asia. In 2003, Dr. Lim founded a biotechnology company that was called Stem Cell Technologies. She joined Trinity College at the University of Melbourne, Australia, as a Fellow in 2004.

Dr. Susan Lim is a founder of The Indiapore Trust, which is a charity she started with her husband and a friend of theirs. The Indiapore Trust’s central mission is to provide educational opportunities to underprivileged children in the region. The Indiapore Trust has donated a science laboratory to the Raffle Junior College and given out many scholarships to deserving students in India and Singapore.

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