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Dr Kenneth Sheah is a consultant radiologist with an interest in musculoskeletal radiology. He qualified at Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School. He completed his radiology training in Singapore and was a research fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital/Harvard Medical School where he worked on upper limb injuries in high-performance baseball athletes.
He teaches musculoskeletal radiology courses on MRI of the wrist, hand, elbow and shoulder. His work involves evaluation of upper limb pain (including ultrasound of the nerves and tendons of the hand and wrist), and ultrasound-guided injections.
Dr Sheah has presented research findings at international meetings, including the Radiological Society of North America Annual Scientific Meeting and received the Young Radiologist Award at the Singapore Radiological Society Annual Scientific Meeting in 2001. The Singapore Medical Journal awarded him a Distinguished Reviewer Award in 2010.
Dr Sheah was involved in drafting the radiology curriculum for the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School in Singapore and was an adjunct clinical tutor at NUS Medical School. He served on the Singapore Radiological Society website, the College of Radiologists, Singapore, and the organizing committee of the 2009 SRS Annual Scientific Meeting. He is a co-opted council member of the Pain Association of Singapore (2010 and 2011) and ran a workshop on percutaneous intervertebral disc interventions. He organised the first Singapore Orthopaedic Radiology-Surgery Symposium (2008), and was an invited speaker at the International Congress of Emergency Medicine (2010). He has co-authored chapters on X-ray physics, and CT and MR imaging of the shoulder, and published research in peer-reviewed journals since 2001.