Dr Seah is a medical graduate of Guy's & St Thomas' Hospitals Medical School, King's College London, qualifying in 1999. He obtained the SEM intercollegiate faculty diploma DSEM(GB&I) in 2005. Prior to entry into University of London, Rick completed his early education in Singapore and subsequently studied at Marlborough College in England.
He has trained in various NHS teaching hospitals within the UK. As a junior doctor, SHO postings include the Oxford John Radcliffe, Hammersmith, Northwick Park and Central Middlesex Hospitals.
He was an honorary SEM clinical research fellow at the Olympic Medical Institute (OMI) and University of Southampton in 2004-2005. During this time, he was privileged to work with the GH-2004 research group, led by Professors Peter Sonksen and Richard Holt, and Dr Richard Budgett at the OMI to determine levels of endogenous hGH-markers in injured athletes. This culminated in a Master's degree with distinction from University College London.
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