Dr Anne Goh is currently Head of the Paediatric Allergy Service and Senior Consultant of the Respiratory Medicine Service at the Department of Paediatrics, KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital, Singapore. Her job scope encompasses seeing both Allergy and Respiratory-related diseases but she also does General Paediatric ward rounds in her practice. She developed the bronchoscopy service for the Respiratory Medicine Service. She actively participates in training of Residents and Medical students in her work.
She is also the President of the Singapore Paediatric Society. She is a member to many professional committees, including Clinical Advisory Panel for Rehabilitation, Committee for development of Acute Viral Bronchiolitis Clinical Pathway, Asthma Clinical Pathway and Pneumonia Clinical Pathway and Committee for Respiratory Tract Infections Antibiotic Guidelines. Dr Goh is a reviewer for several journals including Asian Cardiovascular & Thoracic Annals, Singapore Medical Journal, Respirology, Annals Academy of Medicine, Paediatric International,Pediatric Pulmonology, Emerging infectious Diseases, Clinical and Developmental Immunology,Clinical Experimental Allergy as well as for the NMRC Exploratory and Developmental proposals and for the MIMS Respiratory Guide. She is also Adjunct Associate Professor of the Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine and of the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School. She is Senior Lecturer of the Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine.
With clinical and research interests in the areas including respiratory infections, bronchial asthma management, obstructive sleep apnoea and allergy, Dr Goh has authored or co-authored several peer-reviewed papers as well as given many presentations at national and international courses and conferences. She is also actively involved in many asthma-related, infectious disease and allergy clinical trials.