Doctor's Profile

Dr Michelle Tseng Shu Fen

Radiation Oncology

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Asian Alliance Radiation & Oncology


Mount Alvernia Hospital
820 Thomson Road
Medical Centre D #08-53
Singapore 574623

Clinic Hours

8.30am to 5.30pm (Mon – Fri),
8.30am to 12.30pm (Sat)


Dr Michelle Tseng completed her medical training with an intercalated Bachelor of Science degree at Imperial College London, United Kingdom and graduated with Distinction in Clinical Practice. She received her specialist training in Radiation Oncology at National University Hospital (NUH), Singapore and Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne, Australia. She obtained her fellowship with the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Radiologists (RANZCR).

In 2019, she completed a proton therapy observership at Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital Proton and Radiation Therapy Centre under the tutelage of Professor Joseph Tung-Chieh Chang.

In NUH, Dr Tseng served as the department Patient Safety and Patient Experience Officer where she oversaw and upheld high patient safety standards to ensure no harm came to patients. She also strived to help provide a positive patient journey for those who came for radiotherapy treatment.
She has a keen interest in research and education. She has published several papers in peer-reviewed journals and her work has been presented internationally at conferences in Australia and North America.

In 2018, she was recognised for her research excellence and awarded the RANZCR Faculty of Radiation Oncology Bourne and Langlands Prize. This prize is awarded for an exceptional trainee research requirement manuscript.

Dr Tseng is actively involved in teaching medical undergraduates at the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (NUS) and Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT). She is currently an examiner for the RANZCR Phase 1 Radiation Oncology Specialist examinations and is involved in setting examination questions and grading the examinations for the RANZCR trainee doctors.

As a trainee, she served as Chief Resident and was a member of the RANZCR Radiation Oncology Trainees Committee (ROTC) and Quality Improvement Committee (QIC).

Dr Tseng is passionate about women’s health and believes strongly that patients should be comfortable with their treating doctors. Therefore, she subspecialises in breast and gynaecological cancers in addition to paediatric cancers to provide female patients with the option to see a female doctor should they prefer.