A/Prof Tay Sook Muay, Associate Dean for NUS YLLSoM, SGH Campus

 Part I: Reminiscing School Times  Here, we asked her about her time in medical school and her various experiences throughout her 5 years here.   We particularly like how she describes what studying medicine is like-- "It's TOUGH and TOUGHENING"

Part I: Reminiscing School Times

Here, we asked her about her time in medical school and her various experiences throughout her 5 years here. 

We particularly like how she describes what studying medicine is like-- "It's TOUGH and TOUGHENING"

This is the first of the interviews that have been made into videos. Enjoy Part 1!

Video Credits: Fabian See (Class of 2021)

 Part II: As a Physician  In this second installment of our interview with A/Prof Tay, we asked about her motivation to become a physician and her journey onto discovering anesthesiology as a lifelong career path!

Part II: As a Physician

In this second installment of our interview with A/Prof Tay, we asked about her motivation to become a physician and her journey onto discovering anesthesiology as a lifelong career path!

Enjoy the second part of the three-part video interview!

Video Credits: Fabian See (Class of 2021)

 Part III: Final Thoughts  In this last installment of our interview with A/Prof Tay, she reveals an interesting fact about herself and shares some valuable advice for medical students -- "One thing I find that's increasingly important, is to acquire the ability to 'telescope'. You have a microscopic view and you're able to draw yourself up and out to have a macroscopic view"

Part III: Final Thoughts

In this last installment of our interview with A/Prof Tay, she reveals an interesting fact about herself and shares some valuable advice for medical students -- "One thing I find that's increasingly important, is to acquire the ability to 'telescope'. You have a microscopic view and you're able to draw yourself up and out to have a macroscopic view"

The final part of the three-part video interview with A/Prof Tay!

We are grateful towards A/Prof Tay for agreeing to be featured and taking time out of her busy schedule for this interview!

Video Credits: Fabian See (Class of 2021)