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Dr Chew

Dr Chew

MRCP (UK), MMed (Internal Medicine), MSc (Molecular Medicine), MB BCh BAO

Associate Consultant

Specialty: Respiratory Medicine

Clinical Appointments

  • Associate Consultant Respiratory & Critical Care Medicine Changi General HospitalChangi General Hospital


Dr Chew Wui Mei is an associate consultant in the Department of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine in Changi General Hospital (CGH). She received her medical degree from Trinity College Dublin in 2013 and completed her specialist training in respiratory medicine in 2019.

Dr Chew has an interest in pleural disease and is part of the pleural team in CGH.


  • MRCP (UK)
  • MMed (Internal Medicine) 2016
  • MSc (Molecular Medicine), Trinity College Dublin, 2013
  • MB BCh BAO, Trinity College Dublin, 2013

Professional Appointments and Committee Memberships

  • Member - Medicine ACP Committee, 2019-2020


  • Singapore Thoracic Society Fellows Challenge 2017 – Best Oral Presentation
  • Singhealth Pitch For Funds 2017 – Senior Resident Award: Evaluating the significance of fungal sensitization in the severe asthma population in Singapore.
  • Best Oral Presentation – Internal Medicine Residents’ Research Symposium December 2015
  • Asian Pacific Society of Respirology Travel Award for 2014 conference, November 2014
  • American Thoracic Society: Abstract Scholarship Award, ATS Conference 2013. From the Assembly on Microbiology, Tuberculosis and Pulmonary Infections.

Research Interests


  • Role of bronchoprovocation tests in identifying exercise-induced bronchoconstriction in a non-athletic population: a pilot study. Journal of Thoracic Disease. Tan HYJ, Chew WM, Lapperre TS, Tan GL, Loo CM, Koh MS. (2017) Mar; 9(3): 537-542
  • Cigarette Smoking Impairs Human Pulmonary Immunity to Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. American Journal of Respiratory and Critical Care Medicine. O’Leary S, Coleman M., Chew WM, Morrow C, McLaughlin AM, Gleeson LE, O’Sullivan MP, Keane J. (2014) Dec 15; 190(12): 1430-6.
  • Networked T Cell Death Following Macrophage Infection by Mycobacterium Tuberculosis. Macdonald SH, Woodward E, Coleman MM, Dorris ER, Nadarajan P, Chew WM, McLaughlin AM, Keane J. PLoS One. 2012; 7(6).

Research Trials