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Dr Amanda Zain was awarded the distinguished Public Service Commission (Medicine) Scholarship to study medicine, and graduated with MBBS at National University of Singapore. She further obtained her Master of Medicine (Paediatrics) at NUS and completed her paediatrics training in National University Hospital, Singapore. Her clinical practice involves all areas of general paediatrics, with special interests in paediatric vaccinology, infectious diseases, pandemic preparedness, public health and emergency care.
During her time in residency training, Dr Zain served as Chief Resident of the Paediatric Residency Programme from 2016 to 2017. She was selected to join the distinguished NUH Residency Leadership Development Programme. Dr Zain is actively involved in teaching medical, dental undergraduates and postgraduates. She is a clinical tutor with the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore.
As a mother to a toddler herself, Dr Zain empathises with the struggles and worries her patients' parents face. She is a strong advocate for family-centred care.