Dr Ting had his haematology training during his fellowships at the Welsh National School in Cardiff, UK and fellowship in bone marrow transplant at the renown Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle, USA.
Dr Ting was awarded the Federal Scholarship to study medicine at the University of Malaya and the ASEAN Fellowship in Internal Medicine at the National University of Singapore. He has been recognised for his length of service volunteering at an inner city community centre, as well as 20 years’ service to the Blood Service Group (BSG).
He was instrumental in the development of Singapore’s bone marrow transplantation program and was a member of the team who successfully performed the first bone marrow transplant in Singapore in 1985. He has been a member of the Haematology Resident Advisory Committee, Joint Committee on Specialist Training and Board Examiner for Haematology Exit Exam for the past six years.
His other current appointments include visiting specialist in haematology at BSG and consultant haematologist to the Parkway Laboratories.
Sub-specialty interest: Bleeding and thrombotic disorders and chronic myeloproliferative and lymphoproliferative disorders.