Dr. Ng completed his Bachelor of Medical Science (Honours) degree from University of New South Wales, Australia in 2000. He was then awarded an International Postgraduate Research Scholarship to conduct his PhD work at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research in Sydney, Australia. After completing his PhD in 2004, he joined Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Singapore for his postdoctoral training under the supervision of Prof. Lam Kong Peng. In 2006, Dr. Ng joined Professor Wolfgang Weninger’s laboratory at the Wistar Institute in Philadelphia USA. Following his postdoctoral training, Dr. Ng joined Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN) to establish his own laboratory in 2009. The primary research focus of his group is to study how immune cells exert their function in the context of intact organs by intravital multiphoton microscopy. Since 2009, his laboratory has published over 20 peer-reviewed original research articles, review papers and book chapters. Several of these research articles were published in high impact journals including Nature Protocols, Immunity, Advanced Materials, Journal of Experimental Medicine, Blood and Journal Investigative Dermatology.