Associate Professor Denise Goh obtained her medical degree (MBBS Honours) from NUS in 1993. She received her general paediatrics training at NUH from 1994 to 1996 and graduated in 1996 with two postgraduate degrees in paediatrics (Masters of Medicine in Paediatrics and Membership of the Royal College of Physicians). In 1999, she went on to do a 3-year Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Medical Genetics at Johns Hopkins University, USA. In 2002, she obtained her board certification in biochemical genetics and became a Fellow of the American College of Medical Genetics and a diplomate of the American Board of Medical Genetics. She obtained her Doctorate in Medicine in 2002, and is a Fellow of the Academy of Singapore.
A/Prof Goh currently practises as a Senior Consultant. She is a paediatrician and heads the specialised clinical genetic service that provides dedicated and holistic care to children and adults with or at risk of genetic disorders. She is involved in helping patients who are in need of financial assistance – she is the Chairman of the NUH Children's Fund and a member of the NUH Children's Liver & Rare Diseases Fund.
A/Prof Goh provides genetic expertise to other organisations such as the Ministry of Health.
A/Prof Goh is an Associate Professor at NUS. She is the chair of the Faculty Assessment committee, Paediatric Undergraduate Medical Director and the genetics module leader for the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. She is the co-editor of the textbook Paediatric differential diagnosis – Top 50 problems.
Her research areas include the diagnosis and management of genetic conditions.