Chee Seong Raymond Seet

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Dr Raymond Seet is a consultant at the Division of Neurology at the National University Hospital, and holds the academic rank of Associate Professor at the National University of Singapore, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. He is Research Director of Neurology at the University Medicine Cluster and runs a clinical translational research laboratory at the National University of Singapore.He attended the National University of Singapore where he received his MBBS degree. He underwent Internal Medicine training followed by advanced specialty training in Neurology in Singapore, and was admitted to the Royal College of Physicians in the United Kingdom and the Academy of Medicine, Singapore. Between 2010 and 2012, he was a fellow at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, United States, where he received additional subspecialty training and studied neurocritical care, specializing in stroke management.Dr Seet_s research stems from his active clinical neurology practice that is centered on patients with cerebrovascular disease. The focus of his research is to improve the care of stroke patients, ranging from neuroprotection, optimization of clinical management and post-stroke recovery. His research has contributed to the understanding of stroke biology and management. By targeting key pathogenic processes, he hopes to deliver novel and practical approaches in the treatment of ischaemic stroke. His findings have been published in over 130 international peer-reviewed articles, including Circulation, Stroke, JAMA Neurology, Annals of Neurology and Neurology. In additional to clinical and translational research, he has participated in numerous industry and investigator-initiated trials in stroke. In 2009, he received the Researcher Investigator Scientist Enabler (RISE) Award and, in 2012, he was awarded the National Medical Research Council-Clinician Scientist Award (NMRC-CSA).Dr Seet contributes actively to medical education and lectures undergraduates, post-graduates and specialists. He has special interest in bedside clinical teaching and clinical assessments. He attended the Harvard Medical International and the Royal College of Physician Programmes for Physician Educators. In 2008, he received the best poster presentation award at the 5th Asia-Pacific Medical Education Conference and, in 2008 and 2014, he was awarded both the faculty and university awards for teaching excellence (Faculty Teaching Excellence Award and Annual Teaching Excellence Award