Donald Tan

Singapore Eye Research Institute


Biomedical Sciences

Beuerman, Chia, Saw and Tan were part of the team that was conferred the President’s Science Award 2019 for three decades of research in the field of myopia, which resulted in public health strategies and interventional myopia control therapies to help decrease the rates of myopia and myopia-related blindness in Singapore. (Photo: FV Hospital)

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