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Wilfred Peh

Senior Consultant and Head, Department of Diagnostic Radiology
Khoo Teck Puat Hospital

Professional Degrees: MD
Other Degrees*: MHS, FRCP, FRCR

Bio: Professor Peh is a Clinical Professor at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS). Professor Peh served as Chief Editor of the Singapore Medical Journal for three terms and is currently Advisor. He was past Chief Editor of Proceedings of Singapore Healthcare, Founding Chief Editor of the Hong Kong Journal of Radiology and currently Senior Editor of the British Journal of Radiology. His Editorial Board memberships (past or current) include journals such as Radiology, American Journal of Roentgenology, Skeletal Radiology, Seminars in Musculoskeletal Radiology and American Journal of Orthopedics. Professor Peh has been the Chief Examiner for the Master of Medicine (MMed) (Diagnostic Radiology), NUS, since 2002 and is Chairman of the NUS MMed (Diagnostic Radiology) Committee. Professor Peh specialises in musculoskeletal radiology. His other interests are medical writing and editing. To date, he has authored 8 books, more than 50 book chapters, more than 350 PubMed-listed journal publications, and has delivered more than 800 invited lectures. He and his co-authors have presented more than 250 scientific abstracts- many of which have won awards in regional and international meetings. He has been the organising chairman of several scientific writing workshops, radiology examination preparation courses, musculoskeletal teaching courses, and regional and international radiology congresses, including the 32nd Annual Scientific Meeting and Refresher Course of the International Skeletal Society held in Singapore in 2005. He is currently serving as President of the Asia-Pacific Association of Medical Journal Editors.

Jenny Putin


Professional Degrees: PhD

Bio: Jenny Putin has an academic background in East Asian Studies and has worked in global and regional healthcare communications since 1994. She is a co-founder and director of AMICULUM, a global healthcare communications and consulting company, and leads the agency's operations, client services and teams in Asia. Jenny has been resident in Shanghai since 2008 when she set up Mudskipper Business Consulting (Shanghai) Limited, AMICULUM's first Asian subsidiary. She leads teams based in Shanghai, Singapore and Auckland. She has directed client projects in the Asia-Pacific region (including scientific and medical publications) for a range of therapy areas including oncology, hematology, cardiovascular medicine, virology and rare diseases, as well as supported development of the agency's client base and editorial and commercial teams.