Dr Ng is a Dermatology Speciality Training Registrar in East of England with an interest in medical education and leads the Dermatology Block of the MBChB course.
Dr Ng completed her medical degree at the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry (Universities of Exeter and Plymouth) in 2014. She subsequently trained in general internal medicine in West Yorkshire to become a member of the Royal College of Physicians, before moving to Essex in 2018 to commence dermatology specialist training.
Dr Ng has developed a strong interest in medical education and has been awarded a Postgraduate Certificate in Medical Education from the University of Dundee and is currently completing her Master’s degree in Medical and Healthcare Education at Anglia Ruskin University. She has regularly presented at multiple national and international conferences and publishes her work in scientific journals.
Ng, A. et al., 2019. Primary localised cutaneous amyloidosis affecting females of a Pakistani pedigree. American Journal of Dermatopatholology, 41(5), pp. 382-385.
Ng, A. (2021). Investigation and management of pruritus. [Oral presentation] Grand Rounds, Basildon Hospital, 9 February.
Ng, A. (2020). Carcinoma en cuirasse secondary to metastatic breast cancer. [Oral presentation] Royal Society of Medicine Dermatology Section, London, 16 January.
Ng, A. (2020). A case of necrotising ulcer - challenging diagnosis and management. [Poster presentation] 15th Medical Dermatology Meeting, London, 9 January.
Ng, A. (2019). PUVA-induced pemphigoid nodularis maintained on doxycycline. [Poster presentation] European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Annual Congress, Madrid, 9-13 October.
Ng, A. (2018). Management of Jessner’s lymphocytic infiltrate. [Poster presentation] European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology Annual Congress, Paris, 12-16 September.
Ng, A. (2018). Use of anakinra in treatment resistant pyoderma gangrenosum. [Poster presentation] British Association of Dermatologists Annual Conference, Edinburgh, 2-5 July. Awarded prize.
Ng, A. (2017). Keloid scarring secondary to patch testing in a patient with atopic eczema. [Poster presentation] British Association of Dermatologists Annual Conference, Liverpool, 4-7 July.