Dr John Huang graduated with honours from the University of Glasgow, U.K. and has 18 years of clinical experience. After training in internal medicine and obtaining membership in the Royal College of Physicians, he embarked upon radiology specialist training and obtained fellowship of the Royal College of Radiologists in 2003.
While at the Singapore General Hospital, he was awarded a HMDP (Health Manpower Development plan) fellowship in cardiac CT and MRI at Emory University, Atlanta, U.S.A.
During this time he was also a visiting consultant to the National Heart Centre and a clinical tutor for the National University Hospital. He was also an adjunct instructor for the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, a role for which he received an Outstanding Educator award. He continues to be involved in the post-graduate training of radiologists at the Singapore General Hospital.
He has spoken and participated in numerous local and regional conferences and workshops, particularly on cardiac CT and MRI. He is the author of several journal publications, book chapters and poster presentations. He has also been an invited reviewer for some local and international medical journals.
An avid photographer and traveller, he enjoys roaming around the world with camera in hand.