Aijing Wang

Global Occupational Health | HealthTech MedTech Innovation | DEI

Sector: Hospital & Health Care

Member Since, August 18, 2023

Open To Work

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  • I am open to working remotely Yes
  • I am open to being contacted by employers and recruiters Yes


  • Master of Science - MS, Behavior health, research methodologies, public health (2018 - 2020) National University of Singapore

    Junior Research Award winner 2019. Research focused on mental well-being, coping mechanism and resilience.

  • Bachelor of Science - BS (2013 - 2016) National University of Singapore

    Activities and societies: - Research assistant, NUS School of Public Health. - Publicity, NUS Student Union Camp. - Volunteer, World Mental Health Day. - Program organiser, International Relations Committee, NUS. - Block 5 Committee member , Raffles Hall, NUS. - Exchange student volunteer, Raffles Hall, NUS. - Language assistant for Japanese students, NUS.

Work & Experience

  • Abbott (2022 - Present ) Regional Occupational Health Manager, JAPAC ANZ and China

    • Building global occupational health strategy and capabilities across Abbott manufacturing, commercial and R&D sites • Leading data-driven corporate health programs in Asia Pacific region including China, Japan, Australia, New Zealand and South Korea • Advocating women empowerment and male allyship with Singapore WLA

  • GSK (2019 - 2023 ) Occupational Health Manager

    Driver of occupational health, workforce productivity, and cost savings through insurance claim reduction

  • GSK (2020 - 2021 ) Regional Activation Lead

    • Spearheaded conceptualization and implementation of global-to-local communication strategy, increasing productivity and capability by 30% within six months • Managed cross-functional Occupational Health teams in APAC, focusing on markets in Singapore, Japan, China, Indonesia and Malaysia

  • NUS Graduate Research Innovation Programme (GRIP) (2019 - 2021 ) Lead Entrepreneur

    Conceptualization of go-to-market strategy and successful commercialization of a university deep-tech innovation. Raised $350,000 of seed funding within one year of product launch.

  • National University of Singapore (2017 - 2019 ) Research Assistant

    NUS Medicine Junior Research Award 2019 winner. Project title: Innovative neuropsychological intervention and education for T2DM patients with mild cognitive decline.