Speakers Biographies 


Dr LEE Fang Jann

Dr Lee Fang Jann is a Urology and Renal Transplant surgeon with subspecialty focus on men’s health, male subfertility and minimally invasive kidney and prostate surgeries. Dr Lee obtained his undergraduate medical degree from National University of Singapore, pursued further surgical accreditation from Edinburgh (UK), and completed his Urology training in Singapore General Hospital before being accredited as a Urologist by the Ministry of Health and Singapore Medical Council.

Dr Lee was accorded the MOH’s Health Manpower Development Plan award to pursue a clinical fellowship in pancreas and renal transplant at Oxford Transplant Centre (UK) under Professor Peter Friend. Upon his return, Dr Lee led the Renal Transplant Program and laparoscopic donor nephrectomy service at SGH as Surgical Director. He was appointed to the MOH’s advisory committee on transplantation.

While in SGH, he was Director of the Andrology and Male Subfertility services. He initiated dedicated clinics evaluating and treating patients with complex men’s health and fertility issues. His management strategies include a wide range of microsurgical procedures. He is currently Vice President of the Asian Andrology Association.

His believe in advanced techniques in minimally invasive surgery for better patient care has led him to pursue advanced laparoscopic and robotic training in USA, France and India. He was admitted as a Fellow of the International College of Robotic Surgeons and has a Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery from University of Strasbourg, France. He has regular invitations to share his experience both locally and regionally through lectures, workshops and surgical demonstrations.

During his 16 years of service in SGH, he received numerous awards for service excellence and was well liked by patients. He enjoys teaching the next generation of doctors and held academic appointments in Singhealth Urology Residency Program, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, NUS and Duke-NUS Medical School

Prof Peter LIM

Peter Lim Huat Chye is currently Senior Consultant & Medical Director of the Andrology, Urology & Continence Center at GLENEAGLES HOSPITAL, Singapore, Visiting Consultant at the Department of Urology, Changi General & Khoo Teck Puat Hospitals, Singapore. Prof Lim also serves as the Adjunct Professor (Men's Health) at Edith Cowen University, Western Australia & Honorary Professor (Urology & Andrology), HT University Naval Medical School, Indonesia. In 2008 he was appointed Dean, Institute for Men’s Health, Singapore.
Founder President of the Society for Men’s Health (Singapore), Prof Lim is also President of the Society for Continence, Singapore, the Asia- Pacific Continence Advisory Board and Founder President of the Asian Society for Female Urology. Graduating with an MBBS from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Singapore in 1975, Prof Lim went on to obtain his Mastership in Advanced Surgery, from the same university in 1980. From 1987 to 1988 he completed his Government of Singapore Scholarship for Advanced Urology Training at the University of Edinburgh (Western General Hospital), in the UK. His previous positions include Chief of Dept of Urology at Changi General Hospital (1997–2000) and Head of the Division of Urology at Toa Payoh Hospital (1991–1997).
Prof Lim was also previously Visiting Consultant at the Dept of Urology of the National University Hospital of Singapore, Visiting Professor for the Department of Urology, Dong-A Medical University, Korea.
A member of many international societies, including the American Urological Society, the British Urological Association & the International Society for Sexual Medicine, Prof Lim has also served on the editorial boards of various journals, including the Singapore Medical Journal and the Annals of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore. He’s the author of many articles published in peer-review journals, Prof Lim has also contributed to nine previous books. His research interests and specialties include andrology, erectile dysfunction, incontinence and general urology. His latest book entitled “Mens Health” was published by Spinger Verlag (Lond) in March 2013.
Amongst honours conferred on him are the Honorary Membership of the Institute of Urology, London (1992), the Singapore Urological Association Lectureship of the Year 2001, Honorary Membership of the Thai Urological Association 2011, and the Eminent Scientist of the Year 2003 Award from the International Research Promotion Council of the World Scientists Forum.

Dr LI Man Kay

Dr Li Man Kay is an experienced Urologist who is currently in private practice at Mt Elizabeth Novena Hospital Specialist Centre. He was previously a Senior Consultant at the Department of Urology at Singapore General Hospital, the Director of Urology Centre at Singapore General Hospital, and Chief of the Department of Urology at National University Hospital.


He is currently the Head of the Renal Transplant Team for the Ministry of Health, Singapore.  Dr Li has published many articles in peer-reviewed journals and is a frequently invited speaker at many international conferences and lectures.


Prof Wimpie is a Professor at the Medical Faculty Udayana university in Bali Indonesia, Department of Andrology and Sexology.


He is also the chairman of “The Anti-Aging Medicine Masters programme which started in 2007. Udayana University has won the accolade of being the first in the world to offer a Masters programme in anti-aging medicine.


Over the years, Prof Wimpie has also won awards such as Leadership Award from the American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine as the pioneer of the establishment of the world’s first Post graduate Program in Anti-Aging Medicine. The Indonesian World Record Museum (MURI) has also awarded him World Record as the initiator of the world’s first Post Graduate Program in Anti-Aging Medicine.

Dr Ronny TAN

Dr Ronny Tan is a urologist trained in Singapore and Board-certified by the Ministry of Health Specialist Accreditation Board. He has been a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore since 2012. He is currently practicing as a Consultant Prosthetic Urologist and Andrologist at Advanced Urology. He runs regular clinic sessions at Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre and Parkway East Medical Centre and is accredited in all the major private hospitals in Singapore. He is also a Visiting Consultant to the Department of Reproductive Medicine, KKWCH.


He was awarded the NHG HMDP scholarship in 2013 and underwent a 1-year clinical fellowship training in Andrology, Sexual Medicine and Urology Prosthetic Surgery at Tulane University in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA, making him the first Singaporean urologist to be fellowship-trained in this subspecialty in the USA.


Dr Ronny Tan is currently on the Executive Committee of the Society for Men's Health, Singapore (SMHS) and Singapore Urological Association (SUA) He is the Honorary Treasurer of the Society for Continence Singapore (SFCS), Chairman of the Membership Committee, International Society for Sexual Medicine (ISSM) and Vice President of the Global Chinese Andrology and Sexual Medicine Association (GCASMA).

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Dr Colin TEO

Dr Colin Teo is a Senior Consultant Urologist who was the Founding Head of the Urology Department in Khoo Teck Puat Hospital while in public service and is a recipient of multiple service excellence awards. Dr Teo has a wide area of expertise in Urinary Stone Disease harnessing Shockwave and Laser Endoscopic technology & Endourology techniques; Special interests in Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgery & treats Urological Cancers. He has a passionate practice devoted to Men’s Health, Andrology & Subfertility, with a strong foundation in General Urology on Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), overactive bladder and inguinal hernia. He is sought after for his sincerity, friendly nature and puts his patients at ease with local dialects & limited malay consultations. For best patient outcomes, Dr Teo regularly engages a multidisciplinary approach combining pharmacological, minimally invasive surgery and multimodality therapy when indicated with fellow specialists.

Dr Colin Teo completed his Urology advanced surgical training in Singapore General Hospital Urocentre, received his Fellowship in Endourology(stones/laparoscopy/cancer) & Andrology(men’s health/fertility) in the UK & senior HMDP in Advanced Laparoscopic & Robotic Surgery in USA, a Member of Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh & has a NUS Masters in Surgery. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine, Singapore & is a European Board certified Urologist. He is an Armed Forces medical scholar who graduated from the NUS & commissioned as a Sword-of-Honour officer.

Dr Colin Teo received the 2017 Healthcare Humanitarian Award in Singapore; Is the President of the Society for Men's Health of Singapore; NUS Adjunct Asst Professor & MBBS examiner; Founding Member of the Robotic Surgery Society of Singapore & Androgen Society; Member of Endourological Society, International/Asia-Pacific Society for Sexual Medicine and is an invited faculty in many international and regional conferences.

Dr Johannes SOEDJONO

Dr. Johannes Soedjono obtained his medical degree from Johannes Gutenberg University, Germany in 1983, completed his master degree in Reproductive Health in Airlangga University and andrology training in Soetomo Hospital, Surabaya. Accredited as Andrologist by Indonesian Medical Council in 2002.

His clinical work and research focuses in the field of Sexology and Anti-Aging Medicine.

He is currently Vice President of Indonesian Association of Sexology. Member of International Society for Endocrinology, International/Asia-Pacific/European Society for Sexual Medicine, International Society for the Study of Aging Male and Asia-Oceania Federation of Sexology.

Dr SRIRAM Narayanan

Dr Narayanan obtained his medical degree from JIPMER, India in 1993 and basic surgical training at the Sir JJ Hospital, Mumbai India leading to the Master of Surgery degree in 1997. He moved to the UK in 1997 for advanced surgical training and went on to train in Gastro-intestinal, Thoracic and Hepatobiliary surgery in Liverpool and Cornwall followed by 2 years of research in Transplantation at Nottingham. He was selected for the All Wales Higher Surgical Training Programme in Cardiff in 2002 with sub-specialty training in vascular surgery. In 2008, Dr Narayanan was awarded a senior vascular fellowship at the Imperial College, London under Professor Alun Davies (Chair of Academic Vascular Surgery, Imperial College of Medicine), training at the Charing Cross and St Mary’s Hospital Vascular Units.

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