Dr Adrian Liew is a Senior Consultant and Chief of Nephrology at the Department of Renal Medicine, Tan Tock Seng Hospital in Singapore. He is an Associate Professor of Medicine and is the Renal Curriculum Lead with the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine at the Imperial College London-Nanyang Technological University. He serves in his professional capacity as a Senior Consultant with the Ministry of Health, Singapore and is a member of various national advisory committees. He is responsible for the implementation of various renal related initiatives in Singapore, including the national HALT-CKD program and the Peritoneal Dialysis Preferred Policy. Dr Liew is an elected council member of the International Society of Nephrology, and has also been elected as a Fellow to various academic institutions including the Royal College of Physicians in United Kingdom, American Society of Nephrology and the Academy of Medicine, Singapore. He is the National Leader for various multicentre clinical trials, and has research interests in glomerular diseases, renal immunology and peritoneal dialysis. He has also been actively involved in the training and development of glomerular disease and peritoneal dialysis programs in various countries in Southeast Asia and has provided sister renal centre mentorship to nephrologists in several developing countries.