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Dr Eugene Lin graduated from Sydney University in 2001 and started work in a small animal practice in Singapore. In 2005, he formed the first Animal Ark practice and has since expanded The Animal Ark Veterinary Group to what it is today.
He received training in interventional and minimally-invasive surgeries in the United States and the United Kingdom. Eugene is the first veterinarian in Singapore to incorporate minimally-invasive techniques into rontine surgeries. Close to 80% of his surgeries are now performed with flexible endoscopes or rigid laparoscopes.
To date, Eugene has done hundreds of laparoscopic ovariectomy, crypto-orchiectomy, biopsy, as well as laparoscopic-assisted procedures such as cystotomy, gastromy, gastropexy and enterotomy.
He also routinely performs esophagogastroduodenoscopies, otoscopies, rhinoscopies and vaginocystoscopies.
Advancing into the field of Interventional Radiology and Interventional Endoscopy (IR / IE), utilising multiple imaging modalities, Eugene now performs minimally-invasive procedures for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes such as laparoscopic biopsies, stent placements and subcutaneous ureteral bypass (SUB).
IR is often combined with endoscopy known as Interventional Endoscopy (IE), to perform procedures such as tracheoscopy, bronchoscopy, urethroscopy and gastroduodenoscopy.
He is also a contributor to the Veterinary Interventional Radiology and Interventional Endoscopy Society (VIRES) and a member of the Veterinary Endoscopy Society (VES).
Eugene has been invited by Karl Storz to conduct seminars and workshops on the applications of endoscopy both locally and internationally including Malaysia, Indonesia, Taiwan and Korea.
Dr Soh graduated with first class honours from the University of Sydney in 2001. Her main interests lies in holistic medicine and soft tissue surgery. She has undertaken various Veterinary Accupuncture courses, and has also obtained a Diploma in Holistic Kinesiology. In time, she also hopes to be more well versed in avian medicine and surgery.
In her spare time, Dr Soh loves nothing more than to run free with her 2 dogs and partner, and dance her time away.
Dr Oh graduated from the veterinary school of the National Taiwan University in 1981, and has previously worked as a wildlife veterinarian before dedicating himself to being a small animal clinician. He is also a registered Acupuncturist and TCM physician with the Singapore TCM Practitioners Board. He is credited as being the first to introduce principles of human TCM into veterinary practice in Singapore, ever since completing his trainning at the Singapore Chung Hwa Medical Institution in 1994.
Dr Colin Chin graduated in Perth from Murdoch University in 2011. Interested in delivering treatment in a wide variety of circumstances, he initially worked with animal welfare organisations in Singapore and Malaysia before joining small animal practice. His areas of interest are small animal medicine, particularly that of anesthesia and ultrasound. He hopes to further his experience with courses in diagnostic imaging in the future.
A foodie at heart, Dr Chin enjoys trying out new recipes during his free time and is also an avid swimmer.
Dr Jansen Ng graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2011. His main interests are in minimally-invasive procedures / surgeries and diagnostic imaging in small animal medicine and surgery. Dr Ng has undertaken electives in ultrasonography during the course of his studies and continued to pursue these two areas while practising veterinary medicine. He strives his best to provide the best outcome for his patients.
During his free time, Dr Ng enjoys reading, traveling and outdoor activities.
Dr Cheryl Tan graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2012 and has since been practicing small animal medicine in Singapore. She enjoys all aspects of veterinary medicine and her special interests include internal medicine; and small mammal medicine and surgery.
During her free time, Dr Tan enjoys caring for her 2 cats and 2 guinea pigs.