Dr Peter Loke is Adjunct Senior Lecturer at the Centre for Biomedical Ethics in the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, where he teaches medical law and ethics. He is an active member of the alternative dispute resolution landscape and is a founding partner of Resolvers Pte Ltd, a private dispute prevention and resolution service. He is also a Fellow of the Chartered and Singapore Institute of Arbitrators and a Principal Mediator in the Singapore Mediation Centre and State Courts.
He is an accredited family medicine practitioner and senior partner in Mint Medical Centre, a family and aesthetic medicine clinic located at Harbour Front, with a branch in City Square Mall. Peter is Regional Medical Adviser for Syngenta Asia Pacific Pte Ltd, where he deals with health issues relating to agrochemicals in the Asia Pacific region. This encompasses toxicology, suicidology, occupational and public health issues. He holds academic qualifications in medicine, law and healthcare ethics and also previously worked in the Health Sciences Authority in Singapore, where he dealt with the regulation of drugs and clinical trials, and looked into (drug) pharmacovigilance issues.
Dr Loke is a member of the National Transplant Ethics Committee panel, a member of the National Inquiry Panel of the legal profession, a member of the National University Hospital Bioethics Committee, a member of the teaching faculty of the Centre for Medical Ethics and Professionalism of the Singapore Medical Association, a past member of the teaching faculty of the Medical Protection Society, UK, a member of the Institutional Review Board of Raffles Medical Hospital, a member of the Ethics Committee of Farrer Park Hospital, a member of the Eu Yan Sang clinical services Medical Board, a member of the JurongHealth Medifund Committee and a member of EXCO, SingHealth DOT PCN (Primary Care Network).