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Jing trained at University of New South Wales in Australia. In her independent research year, she completed a project with Professor Ernest Somerville at Prince of Wales Hospital on “SPECT As a Localising Tool in Focal Epilepsy”. During her elective in Oxford, she worked with Dr Arjune Sen, looking into the long-term outcomes of hemispherectomy in intractable epilepsy.  She also completed sub-internship in both Neurology and Neurosurgery at Yale New Haven Hospital.  Jing is currently working as a Resident Medical Officer at John Hunter Hospital, and she hopes to undertake the Physician Training Pathway and realise her dream of becoming a Neurologist.