Pauline Ng has 15 years experience in bioinformatics and published over 30 publications with over 10,000 citations. Dr. Ng has developed applied health algorithms for predicting disease mutations such as SIFT.
She also designed the content for Illumina’s Infinium genotyping microarrays, which are used in the majority of genome-wide association studies. Dr. Ng was an Assistant Professor at J. Craig Venter Institute where she published the first sequenced individual human genome (Craig Venter’s) and critiqued personalized genetics companies such as 23andMe. She was a Group Leader ot Genome Institute of Singapore and CIO of its POLARIS program to establish the first CAP-certified NGS lab in Southeast Asia. Dr. Ng is currently an independent consultant.