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|Born||15 October 1897
Singapore, British Empire
|Died||8 July 1969
Elkhart, Indiana, United States
Republic of China
United States
University of Illinois at Chicago
|Alma mater||Edinburgh University|
Robert Kho-Seng Lim (simplified Chinese: 林可胜; traditional Chinese: 林可勝; pinyin: Lín Kěshèng; 15 October 1897 – 8 July 1969) was a Chinese doctor. His father is Lim Boon Keng, who promoted social and educational reforms in Singapore and China. Robert K. S. Lim moved to Edinburgh when he was eight. During the first World War, he volunteered for and served in the Indian army medical service. In 1916, he returned to Edinburgh for medical studies, and graduated in 1919 with a degree in medicine from Edinburgh University, where he subsequently earned a Ph.D. in 1920, and a D.Sc. in 1924.
After the Second Sino-Japanese war, he rebuilt China's medical education and medical research. He was a Lieutenant General in the Army and Surgeon General of the Republic of China. In 1947, Lim reorganized the National Defense Medical Center and served as its first president. He left for the United States in 1949.
He was elected as a foreign member of United States National Academy of Sciences in 1942, and was elected a member in 1956.
- Robert Kho-Seng Lim, pages 280-307, Biographical Memoirs V.51 (1980), National Academy of Sciences (NAS)
- Robert Kho-Seng Lim, SJSU Virtual Museum
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