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CLINICAL RESEARCH
Dr Benjamin Chang's interest is research in childhood eye conditions, refractive errors and ophthalmic anaesthesia.
Dr Kumari Neelam is interested in the putative protective role of macular carotenoids in retinal diseases, particularly age-related macular degeneration.

Dr Ajeet M. Wagle has been actively involved in clinical retinal research in the areas of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), myopic macular degeneration and vitreous floaters. He has been a principal investigator for randomised clinical trials on AMD and myopic choroidal neovascularisation at Khoo Teck Puat Hospital. He has been a reviewer for peer-reviewed scientific journals and grant applications and has also been the scientific chairman for the Singapore Healthcare & Biomedical Congress held in 2012.
Dr Sanjay Srinivasan is active researcher in ocular infection and inflammation. His special interests are in ocular manifestations of dengue fever. He has published extensively in various peerreviewed journals and is a very active mentor to his juniors helping them publish.

Dr Sangtam Tiakumzuk main research interests are visual experiences in cataract surgery, mechanisms of asymmetric glaucoma and angle closure disease and surgical techniques of glaucoma surgery.

Dr Yip Chee Chew's research interests are in the area of ophthalmic plastic reconstructive surgery, cataract surgery, dry eye, effective learning & teaching.