Dr Brian Goh
Hepatobiliary and Pancreatic Surgeon
Associate Professor Brian K. P. GOH, MBBS, MMed, MSc, FRCSEd
Deputy Head, SingHealth-Duke NUS Liver Transplant Center
Senior Consultant, Dept of Hepatopancreatobiliary and Transplant Surgery, Singapore General Hospital
Associate Professor Brian K. P. Goh is senior consultant at the Department of Hepatopancreatobiliary(HPB) and Transplant Surgery, Singapore General Hospital and Deputy Head, SingHealth-Duke National University of Singapore Liver Transplant center. He underwent advanced fellowship training in both HPB surgery at Singapore General Hospital and the American Society of Transplant Surgeons accredited abdominal organ transplantation (liver, kidney, pancreas) fellowship program at the Mayo Clinic Rochester. His current surgical practice focuses on the treatment of benign and malignant HPB conditions and living/deceased donor liver/kidney transplantation.
Dr Goh is presently one of the key developers and leaders of minimally invasive HPB surgery in Southeast Asia. He is also a pioneer of the application of the Da Vinci Robotic Surgery technology for HPB surgery in the region. He has personally performed close to 300 major minimally-invasive HPB/Transplant operations including over 80 major robotic HPB operations since completing surgical training and become a board-certified surgeon. He routinely performs complex laparoscopic or robotic HPB surgeries such as pancreatoduodenectomies, major hepatectomies and resections for biliary/gallbladder malignancies.
Dr Goh has a Master of Science in research and is active in both clinical and translational research. He has held over SGD 25 million in grant funding as PI or CoI and has authored or co-authored over 180 PubMed indexed articles. He has a H index of 37 and his work has been cited over 4000 times. Dr Goh is frequently invited to share his clinical and research expertise and has delivered over 100 scientific presentations at scientific meetings world-wide. He has also received several international awards for his contributions to the field.