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Dr Lee Le Ye graduated from the National University of Singapore and obtained her speciality qualifications in paediatrics. She has sub-specialised in neonatology since 2009. She is currently a senior consultant with the Department of Neonatology at the National University Hospital, Singapore. Her work involves managing both inpatient and outpatient neonatal care. Her clinical interests include neonatal screening programmes and nutritional management of Very Low Birth Weights (VLBWs) infants as well as term neonates.
She also holds the title of Assistant Professor and is on the teaching paediatric faculty for the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore. She had obtained numerous grants on neonatal jaundice, hepatitis B transmission and newborn nutrition. She has published on these topics in both local and international peer reviewed journals as well as book chapters. She continues to participate in active research of these newborn topics. Her current research is on newborn infections, vaccine efficacy, newborn screening as well as improving neonatal nutrition for VLBWs. She hopes to mentor and motivate more young doctors to participate in active research to improve the care and health delivery to neonates born in Asia.