Dr Lim Lee Nai, a consultant obstetrician & gynaecologist with a sub-speciality in reproductive medicine and surgery at the Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) NHS Foundation Trust, Oxford, UK. She holds multiple roles which include, Training Programme Director and Teaching Lead for Oxford Deanery, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG), Advanced Training Skills Modules Director in Oxford Deanery, Fertility Service Lead Consultant and Gynaecology Governance Lead at Oxford University Hospitals, and appraiser of medical doctors for the General Medical Council revalidation process. Lee Nai obtained her initial medical degree from the University of New South Wales, Australia, and subsequently completed postgraduate specialist training and subspecialist accreditation under the RCOG. Furthermore, she obtained a Doctor of Philosophy degree from Oxford University in medical science.
Lee Nai received numerous awards in recognition of her scientific breakthroughs in reproductive medicine, such as the Best Young Clinician Award by the European Society of Human Reproduction & Embryology and the British Fertility Society Best Young Clinician Award. She was selected as the best Medical Consultant of the Year at OUH (2017 & 2019), awarded the prestigious Fellowship from RCOG (2018), Teacher of the Month Award from Oxford University and the RCOG National Trainer of the Year Award (2017) for her contributions as researcher and educator.
As a RCOG subspecialist in Reproductive Medicine, her research work in improving fertility rate and women’s health has helped numerous couples to successfully have a family of their own. Her outstanding work in the field of reproductive medicine has had a significant impact in the UK and also abroad. She facilitated the opening of a fertility clinic in China and helped develop the Oxford clinical and teaching approach for clinicians in Malaysia.
PCGS provided a platform for me to cultivate team spirit and train my ability to handle challenges in life. As the head prefect, captain of school and Penang State basketball teams, I had to deal with the affairs of students, prefects, school affairs and events. Additionally, I had to maintain the highest standard of personal and team discipline and perseverance in physical strength, willpower, and strategic training. This opportunity trained me into the individual that I am today. Our school’s motto “Decorum, Honesty, Diligence, Simplicity”, has become my prime values in life. Until today, our school anthem remains the silent guardian angel in my life’s journey.