Professor Dr Lim Shen-Yang is a Consultant Neurologist and Professor of Medicine at the University of Malaya. He earned his medical and research doctorate degrees from the University of Melbourne, and was admitted to Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians after completing advanced training in adult Internal Medicine and Neurology at the Western and Royal Melbourne Hospitals. He underwent subspecialty training in Movement Disorders at world-renowned centres in Melbourne and Toronto (under Prof. Anthony Lang). Dr. Lim also received Fellowship training within the Toronto Western Movement Disorders Surgery program. Dr. Lim has numerous publications in prestigious medical journals and books, on Parkinson's disease (PD) and a variety of other movement disorders. He is an Associate Editor of Neurology Asia, and a regular Reviewer for several prestigious journals of clinical neurology. He serves on the Movement Disorder Society (MDS) Task Forces for PD Treatment Guidelines and Rating Scales, and is an Executive Committee Member of the MDS Asian-Oceanian section. He has received numerous invitations to lecture locally and abroad, including Visiting Professorships. He is a Medical Advisor to the Malaysian PD Association, and a founding member of the Malaysian Movement Disorder Subspecialty Council. He sits on the Examinations Committee for the national Internal Medicine specialist examinations. Recently, he was part of the 4-strong team representing Malaysia that beat 13 other national teams to win the Tournament of the Minds at the 19th World Congress of Neurology. (Areas in which a Movement Disorders specialist has particular interest and expertise include: Parkinson's disease and related parkinsonian disorders such as multiple system atrophy and progressive supranuclear palsy, tremor, gait [walking] disorders, dystonia, a variety of other movement problems [e.g., chorea, tic disorders such as Tourette syndrome, hemifacial spasm, restless legs syndrome], and specialised treatments such as botulinum toxin injections, deep brain stimulation and apomorphine infusion therapy). Languages spoken: English, Bahasa Malaysia and Hokkien.
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