Dr Lo obtained her medical degree at Sheffield Medical School, England. After working at The Royal Hallamshire Teaching Hospital for a few years, she moved to London for the rest of her post-graduate training. Dr Lo became a member of the Royal College of Physicians, London. She performed her specialist training in oncology at the world-famous cancer centre, Royal Marsden Hospital, London, and obtained her certificate of completion of specialist training in medical oncology in 2006. During her training in London, she was a keen member of both clinical and research work and has presented her work at various major European meetings, as well as having many publications in peer-reviewed journals. Dr Lo continues to have a keen interest in academia, she is a member of the European Oncology Society and American Oncology Society, and she regularly attends European and American oncology conferences to keep up with the latest developments and treatments for cancer.
During her appointment at National Cancer Centre, Singapore, Dr Lo actively participated in the teaching of medical students at Duke-NUS medical school, as well as invigilating medical students’ clinical examinations at NUH medical school. She also held the position as the chairman of chemotherapy safety committee. Dr Lo became a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, London, in 2014. Dr Lo has been practising as the senior consultant medical oncologist at The Harley Street Oncology Centre at Mount Elizabeth Novena Hospital since 2013. Dr Lo is trained in the management of most solid tumours with a special interest in breast cancer, bowel cancer, and gynaecological cancer.