Associate Professor Wilson Wang is a Senior Consultant in the Division of Hip and Knee Surgery, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at National University Hospital.
He is currently Centre Director of the NUHS Centre of Excellence for Functional Mobility and Enabling Technologies (CFMET), Co-Director and Bio-Printing Lead at the NUS Centre for Additive Manufacturing, Lead Investigator for the NUHS Summit Programme in Innovation for Additive Manufacturing, Chairman of the Residency Advisory Committee for Orthopaedic Surgery in Singapore, Chair of the Orthopaedic Surgery Clinician Workgroup at the Ministry of Health, President of the ASEAN Arthroplasty Association, Immediate Past Chairman of the Asia Pacific Hip Society, and a Past President of the Singapore Orthopaedic Association. He was the previous Head of Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, NUS Medicine and NUH, from 1995 till May 2019.
A/Prof Wang completed his medical degree with distinctions and awards at the University College London, UK, and he was awarded the Girdlestone Scholarship by the University of Oxford for his DPhil/PhD degree. He specialises in advanced Orthopaedic surgery such as complex and partial joint replacements, meniscal and cartilage reconstructions, and 3D and robotic guided surgery.
In addition to his clinical work, he leads a prize-winning programme in biomedical research, with special interest in implants, tissue regeneration, and 3D printing, and with more than 70 publications and book chapters in his field. Further information on his work at the Centre of Excellence for Functional Mobility and Enabling Technologies can be found here.