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Dr Kiley Loh Wei-Jen
Visiting Consultant Medical Oncologist
MBBS (Melb), FRACP (Medical Oncology), FAMS, Subspecialty in Breast Cancers

Dr Kiley Loh Wei-Jen graduated from the University of Melbourne, Australia in 2005. After stints at several tertiary healthcare centres in Melbourne for his basic physician training, he successfully entered the Victorian Medical Oncology Training Group programme to undertake subspecialty training in medical oncology. His medical oncology training included stints at Melbourne based hospitals; Alfred Hospital, Cabrini Hospital and the highly regarded Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre.

Upon completion of his medical oncology training in Melbourne, Australia, Dr Loh joined the National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS) and serves at its Division of Medical Oncology as a practicing Consultant in the Breast Medical Oncology Unit.

Dr Loh has a strong interest in educating the next generation of medical oncologists. He is currently the Director of Education and Senior Residency Clinical Competency Chair in the Division of Medical Oncology, and Deputy Director of Cancer Education (Undergraduate Unit) at NCCS. He also holds academic positions at the Duke NUS Graduate School of Medicine and the National University of Singapore, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.

In the clinical setting, Dr Loh is a subspecialist in the field of breast cancers. He is an active clinical researcher in the field of breast cancers with experience in multiple promising and ground breaking therapeutic compounds. He is also passionate and an active researcher in the field of cancer supportive care (minimizing treatment side effects) and survivorship (helping people live better after a cancer diagnosis).

Dr Loh is a firm believer in patient centred care, good patient-doctor communication and providing treatments personalized to the patient's personal goals and cancer.

Dr Loh, who hails from Penang, also spends some of his quality time attending to patients requiring his care at the Penang Adventist Hospital.