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Kenneth Ng

Kenneth Ng
Blavatnik Associate

Kenneth Ng (he/his)

Kenneth Ng is a second-year doctoral student in the department of genetics at Yale School of Medicine. His research investigates the genetic architecture behind congenital heart disease. He performs genomic and statistical analyses on the sequencing data of thousands of patients.

Kenneth is a big proponent of leveraging big data to improve our understanding of diseases and is especially passionate about contributing to this effort for clinically underrepresented populations. In addition to research, Kenneth is interested in biotech entrepreneurship to actualize the latest advancements in science. He is active in various Tsai CITY initiatives, and has taken a course at Yale SOM that focused on healthcare and life science ventures. Recently, he also served as a pro bono consultant for Henkel and Gazelle International.

Kenneth earned a bachelor’s degree from the National University of Singapore. In his free time, he loves to be active and play various sports, including swimming, dragon boating, and badminton. As long as an activity gets him moving, he is certainly interested to try it out!