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Meet Our Young Clinician Researchers Peer Support Group (PSG) Leads

Assistant Professor Grace Yang


Senior Consultant, Palliative Medicine, National Cancer Centre Singapore (NCCS)

Assistant Professor, Lien Centre for Palliative Care, Duke-NUS Medical School

Assistant Professor Grace Yang is a Senior Consultant at NCCS and is actively pursuing research. She is currently involved in health services research projects on developing, piloting, evaluating, and implementing models of palliative care delivery. She is the Director of Research at SingHealth Duke-NUS Supportive and Palliative Care Centre, and an Assistant Professor with Lien Centre for Palliative Care, Duke-NUS.

Assistant Professor Andrew Ho


Associate Consultant, Emergency Medicine, Singapore General Hospital (SGH)

Assistant Professor Andrew Ho is an Associate Consultant with the Department of Emergency Medicine at SGH. His clinical interests are in resuscitation and pre-hospital emergency care. He is also a Clinician Scientist, and his research interests are resuscitation, health services and public health. His research philosophy integrates methods from clinical epidemiology, population health sciences and implementation science to drive outcomes improvement in patients with sudden cardiac arrest and other emergency conditions and population health. Concurrently, he is an Assistant Professor with the SingHealth Duke-NUS Emergency Medicine Academic Clinical Programme (ACP).

Dr Dorothy Ng


Associate Consultant, Infectious Diseases, Singapore General Hospital (SGH)

​Dr Dorothy Ng is an Associate Consultant with the Department of Infectious Diseases at SGH. She is also an A*STAR Clinician Scientist and her research interests are in infection and immunology.

Dr Matae Ahn


Resident, Internal Medicine (Clinician Scientist Track), SingHealth

Adjunct Research Fellow, MED ACP and Programme in Emerging Infectious Diseases, Duke-NUS Medical School

​Dr Matae Ahn is a Resident in Internal Medicine at SingHealth. In 2019, he was awarded the Young Investigator Award by the International Association of Inflammation Societies, which recognises young scientists who perform exploratory and applied research in the general area of inflammation. He also won the William Harvey Medal for Best Oral Presentation at the 14th World Congress on Inflammation.

Dr Danny Tng


Resident Physician, Infectious Diseases, Singapore General Hospital (SGH)

Clinical Instructor, MED ACP and Programme in Emerging Infectious Diseases, 
Duke-NUS Medical School

Dr Danny Tng is a Resident Physician in the Department of Infectious Diseases at SGH. In addition to his MD degree, he has a PhD in Engineering, specialising in Nanomedicine Technologies from the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (2016). He also concurrently holds a joint Adjunct Research Fellow appointment at Duke-NUS, Programme in Emerging Infectious Diseases. He has a strong interest in clinical innovation and is currently working towards clinically applicable vaccine technologies.