PhD (S'pore), PT (Aust)
Tel: +65 6516 8110
Office: MD10 #02-01
Dr. Ang Eng-Tat graduated in 1996 and had considerable working experiences at NUH's Department of Rehabilitation Medicine (1997-2003). He then decided to undertake a postgraduate research degree at NUS (2000-2005). Thereafter, he travelled with his family to Switzerland for some post-doctoral experiences in neuropathology (2004-2006). On his return, he worked at SGH as a research scientist (Hematology), and furthered this with another stint as a post-doc fellowship in neurosciences at NUS. Beginning from 2009, he has been actively teaching histology and gross anatomy to the undergraduates at NUS's Department of Anatomy. He believes that anatomy must always be taught with clinical relevance in mind. He is married and helps to reverse Singapore's declining population by raising two beautiful and intelligent girls.
NUHS Innovation and Creativity in Education (NICE) Award (2014) - Medical simulation as adjuvant pedagogy for educating Pre-clinical students in the basic sciences.